Wood Stork


  • Title:  Wood Stork
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  • Added:  Jun 11, 2022
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  • Filesize:  3.79MB
  • Pixels:  1804x2525
  • Description:  Wood Storks are hefty wading birds with football-shaped bodies perched atop long legs. They have a long neck and a long, thick bill that is curved at the tip. They fly with their neck and legs outstretched but tend to perch with the neck drawn in, giving them a humpbacked appearance. Wood Storks frequently feed in groups with their heads down feeling for prey in open wetlands. Within the group, they often feed in lines—one after the other. They fly with head and legs outstretched, soaring on thermals high into the sky like a raptor or vulture. Wood Storks breed in fresh and brackish forested wetlands. They forage in wetlands, swamps, ponds, and marshes, especially those with an open canopy.
  • Owner:  Kirk Englehardt
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License: Royalty Free

Resolution: 1804 x 2525 px ( 6" x 8.4" @ 300 dpi )


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  • Date Created: 2022-06-10 00:00:00