Syrian Ibis

Syrian Ibis

Wild Chronicles heads to Syria, where the northern bald ibis, feared extinct, has returned.


3 - 12+


Biology, Ecology

Wild Chronicles heads to the deserts of Syria, where a National Geographic researcher has made a startling discovery: the northern bald ibis, feared extinct in Syria for more than 70 years, has returned. But the small, fragile population in danger. Now, a dedicated team of scientists, Bedouins, and former hunters are racing against time to help the "Arab phoenix" regain its place.

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National Geographic Society
Jeannie Evers, Emdash Editing, Emdash Editing
National Geographic Society
Last Updated

September 27, 2022

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