Coquito. Hilty et all (Spanish edition, p. 88)
There were three Royal Spoonbills feeding with a flock of Australian White Ibises along the shore. I'd only seen one spoonbill ever before!
The Australian White Ibis was always magical to see on Kangaroo Island!
At Robben Island
This looks like a Glossy ibis, but they apparently have Waldrapps there. I don't know if immature Waldrapps look more like this.
The family Threskiornithidae includes 34 species of large wading birds. The family has been traditionally classified into two subfamilies, the ibises and the spoonbills; however recent genetic studies are casting doubt on the arrangement, and revealing the spoonbills to be nested within the old world ibises, and the new world ibises as an early offshoot.