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~Photos of the Day `11/12/2014` – Wood Stork Searching for Breakfast~

Location: Myakka River State Park, Sarasota, Florida

This morning the Myakka River was filled with birds searching for breakfast. This Wood Stork was fun to watch as she hunted for a morsel. She turned up a good sized fish, which took her a few minutes to get down.

 

Wood Stork Searching for Breakfast
Wood Stork Searching for Breakfast (a little Pied-bill looking on)

 

Pied-billed Grebe
Pied-billed Grebe (photo taken 11/09/2014)

 

"Got something?"
“Got something?”

 

"I finally got one!"
“I finally got one!”

 

It was a big fish. She almost has it down.
It was a big fish. She almost has it down.
"Yummy, whats for lunch?"
“Yummy, whats for lunch?”

 

The photo below, of a Wood Stork, was taken last evening as the sun was setting over the Myakka River.

"See you later"
“See you later”

 

 This post is my contribution to Wild Bird Wednesday

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