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Flying Wood Storks. Jenkins Point
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Wood Storks. Bear Island WMA. February 2007. Click for a closer view of one of the birds.
Click for a closer view of three birds.
Storks. Bear Island.
Assemblage of herons, egrets and a Wood Stork (see if you can find him). Duneloft marsh.
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   Wood Stork
   in cypress,
   Dungannon

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Marsh between Duneloft and Deer Pointe. Snowy Egret, Great Egret, Wood Stork, and
Great Blue Heron (left to right)

 
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Wood Storks, Jenkins Point. Note White Ibis in center image above.
 
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   Storks.
   Jenkins Point
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A group of Wood Storks, Duneloft.


Equestrian Center. Bird in the middle is standing on his knees with the tarsus flat on the ground.
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Storks, resting at Freshfields
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  Wood Storks Storks (and Snowy Egrets)
Resting at Jenkins Point.
Fall 2012
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   This group of five photos
   was taken by Ed Konrad

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Donnelly WMA
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