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Wood Stork at Wakodahatchee

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Wood Stork at Wakodahatchee

  • The Wood Stork balancing act. The Wood Stork is our only native stork in North America and has a huge range throughout most of South America. They also live in parts of Central America, the Caribbean and south Florida. During the winter season, they tend to migrate to the southern US and the coasts of Central America. The Wood Stork was a climate threatened bird and populations in the US had taken a dramatic decline. In 1984, they were listed as an endangered species. But their populations are back on the rise and have recently been taken off the US endangered species list. This bird can be seen in Cypress swamps, marshes, ponds and lagoons. © Christie Wrazen 2017, Wakodahatchee Wetlands, Delray Beach FL, Monopod.

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