Sanibel Island Wildlife Refuge - CMP 420
A couple of Wood Storks and a Spoonbill feeding side by side at the Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel Island, FL. Wood Storks are huge, bigger than Great Blue Herons and forges mainly for fish in wetlands and particular in flooded swamps and catfish ponds. Roseate Spoonbills are pink overall, the only regularly occurring pink bird in North America.The bill is shaped like a big flat spoon, it feeds by sifting through water. Spoonbills are found in coastal Texas, Louisiana and southern Florida.
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