Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Wood Stork populations recover naturally

Wood Stork in isolate wetland in Colleton County

Three wise wood storks contemplate a day in the Lowcountry
When witnessing a nesting colony of wood storks and their rookery a casual observer might remark that it is simply a place bustling with bird life. While some are taken in as if gripped by the lapels, and give thanks to the Creator who saw fit to provide such a mechanism that protects our mighty feathered flock, so that they can reproduce and grace our wetlands with their stunning and chiseled beauty forever. Amen.

To read my front page article on the wood stork population recovery click on Charleston Mercury.

To view a past blog entry about Whooping Cranes in the Lowcountry click here.

To view my most recent Birding Journal Observations blog entry click here.

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