Wood storks are large wading bords with a football shape and white feathers. They have long legs and pink feet. They have along neck that is strikingly scaly with a bald head. The neck and the head with a heavy scaly looking curved bill always make one think of an antique bird from ancient time. Wood storks usually feed and breed in fresh wetlands or park wetlands.
November 11th, 2021
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