I love Wood Storks

This time of year, our Wood Storks stay pretty relaxed, singing and/or . . . . . . dancing.
By next month, we’ll start seeing them doing pirouettes overhead.Then the crowds will arrive, and the Wood Storks will start taking over ALL the nesting tree islands!And then, come February and March, the huge fluffy Wood Storks will once again be busy tending to the next generation.

20 thoughts on “I love Wood Storks

    • Even here in Florida, there was a time not so long ago that it was much more rare to see Woodstorks. Thankfully they are doing well now, and in fact, they have sort of taken over one of our local wetlands areas! ☺️

    • Yes, it really is a great time of year here in South Florida, Pam. The warblers are back, our other small birds are active, and the large wading birds are becoming more and more plentiful every day!

    • Yes! The Woodstorks really do congregate with other Woodstorks. We see them foraging together rather peacefully in the marshes and shallow ponds with Herons, Egrets, Spoonbills, and other wading birds. But when it comes to building their nests, they definitely tend to be bossy. ☺️

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