Wood Stork

Wood Storks

I startled a few of these Wood Storks, which then startled me, when I walked under a tree where they were perched. They took off then settled in on the other side of a small pond.

Wood Stork
Wood Stork – click photo for larger veiw

The path through this sanctuary led underneath the new tree. Knowing they were there I approached slowly and got some nice shots from below.

Wood Stork
Wood Stork – click photo for larger veiw

The pine tree made a  much better backdrop than the usual mud we see them wading in.

Wood Stork
Wood Stork – click photo for larger veiw

Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site, Charleston, SC.

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