Wood Stork Landing

Wood Stork Landing

Dropping almost in slow-motion a Wood Stork flew in, holding that awkward looking position all the way down.

Wood Stork Landing
Wood Stork Landing

The center of the pond is choked with marsh grass and cattails beyond the canal.

Wood Stork Landing
Wood Stork Landing

Fortunately for me the Stork skipped the canal, and had his sights on an open area.

Wood Stork Landing
Wood Stork Landing

He joined in feeding before his wings were even folded.

Wood Stork Landing
Wood Stork Landing

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