Wood Stork is a large American wading bird and is the only stork that breeds in North America. Their dark brown bald head, a dark face and woody looking neck give them the name Wood Stork. Right now it is in the endangered list, there are plans to upgrade it to the threatened. With wingspan of more than six feet they are normally above three feet high.
I took this picture in Everglades Natoinal Park's Shark Valley Area. The tram ride here into the wild was fantastic!---
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Little Blue Heron from Florida
Rose Ringed Parakeet
A heron on the top
National Parks of USA
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