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A family of Wood Storkes (Mycteria americana) occupy a city park in Vero Beach Florida USA.
Nikon D2H 300mm lens 1/500sec f5.6 EI200
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lol. aint those called princess birds.. awesome duo ..
No thats their pink cousins
– Larry Grayam
Nice capture Larry
Thanks Fireman, haven’t heard from you in awhile, been busy?
Neat capture, book ends :-)Love it.
Thanks Ann these seem to be year round residents now.
Fantastic capture Larry
Thanks so much Gina, they are interesting and numerous birds here.
Great image Larry
Yhanks Rosalie we get quite a few Wood Storkes around here, you often see them alongside roadways.
Larry nice image, these are also known as Iron Heads. I have a photo I have not uploaded of these birds, your pic reminded me to do so. I have been trying to get a great close up and as of yet I have not got one.
Thanks Karen I did not know about Iron Heads that is outside of the world of antique motorcycles…