Saturday, June 8, 2013

Wood Storks Are Back!

Many different types of birds, large and small, visit the ponds and grounds of Magnolia Cemetery. In recent weeks, Wood Storks have been seen more and more frequently. In this photograph, two storks are perched on branches over the front lagoon. That's the Rhett obelisk monument in the background.

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  1. Wood storks are big, white denizens of freshwater or salty swamp and swamps. They can be recognized by their extended legs, featherless heads, and famous bills. These waders feed on minnows in low water by using their bills to carry out a rare and successful fishing technique.Get assistance from top essay writing service in any sort of composing works.

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