Wood Storks

WOOD STORKS

These endangered wading birds will be nesting, with males and females taking turns keeping the eggs warm for four to six weeks.

When: January through April

Where: Everglades, Indian River Lagoon islands, a new colony has established itself at the Wakodahatchee Wetlands just west of Delray Beach.
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( Joe Cavaretta )

WOOD STORKS These endangered wading birds will be nesting, with males and females taking turns keeping the eggs warm for four to six weeks. When: January through April Where: Everglades, Indian River Lagoon islands, a new colony has established itself at the Wakodahatchee Wetlands just west of Delray Beach.

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