This pool that was left when the water was lowered in the boat pond was very attractive to the wading birds, including this Wood Stork.
The water was just the right depth for probing for food.
A little foot splash helps stir up any submerged snacks, which generally get swallowed whole.
Like many of the wading birds, Wood Storks will hold out a wing to change the shadows in the water as they hunt.
Back and forth he went, making some interesting ripples and reflections in the water.