Pg 3: Mangrove plants and trees - Life around mangrove imbedded coastal areas.
<Image at low tide of plenty waterfowl feeding around mangroves>
During low tide around mangrove implanted coastal areas, wading birds of great diversity
feed with little to no hassle amongst them. There usually is plenty to go around. A classic cycle
takes place here, an organic loop of sorts... Mangrove biomass attract fish and crustaceans.
Most of them eventually end up in various digestive tracts. To finally again enrich muck
and soil necessary to the dynamic growth and bio-functions of mangroves.
Even though a majority of White Ibis’ figure in the mix above, in the below image
they form an often observed exclusive flock.
<A good 20 Ibis under some mangroves>
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