I examine the still ongoing reintroduction project of the Northern Bald Ibis through a media studies lens from which I take an expansive notion of the environment as mediated habits and habitat. I delineate the scope of the infrastructure deliberately assembled to create an anthropogenic environment that supports life outside of captivity for this one species in Europe. In particular, I will focus on the more-than-human relations of bio-social, techno-social, media-cultural, and administrative-scientific elements. I foreground processes of entanglement that sometimes include moments of deliberate disentanglement. We conclude by characterizing the emergent assemblage as an infrastructure of becoming, not only for birds, but also for humans.