The Roseate Spoonbills are the only type of spoonbill in the Western Hemisphere. Although they visit us often, their breeding grounds in Florida are mostly in the mangrove swamps and coastal marshes, lagoons and bays south of us (FWC). The birds above are young, as noted by their pale soft pink plumage. As they mature, they develop deeper pink wing feathers and distinct head markings, as seen below (National Park Service: Everglades).
Audubon describes the Roseate Spoonbill as “Gorgeous at a distance and bizarre up close” (Audubon), which is a pretty accurate description!