Posted on February 28, 2017
Tell me a Story is live once again and on this particular day I attempted to walk the entire route of the wetlands. First stop is the rookery and the Woodstorks have moved back in again and taken over. Late winter is mating season and the Woodstorks are doing their mating dance and building nests. And yes, one or two little ones have already been spotted. Their mating dance is interesting to watch. Like the Great Blue Heron they have an interesting process to their dance. Below are some of the images taken while this was happening.
While I was watching these two I noticed that a pair of Woodstork had flown from the rookery to the wooden railing of the pathway. These birds almost seem prehistoric to me.
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