Roseate Spoonbill

Delores Knowles

Leesburg, United States

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n the 1800’s Roseates were once hunted and slaughtered for their pink wing feathers that were used for ladies’ fans or hats. Sometimes hunters killed over 100 birds per day. During the 1940’s, protected sites for nesting were established in many places, gradually increasing the population of these birds. Today, in Florida, to be able see ever so often at local ponds and wetlands.

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