Wednesday, January 11, 2012

A Juvenile Woodstork

Wood Storks aren't always characterized as beautiful birds. As an adult, the Wood Stork displays a bald, featherless head. As a juvenile, however, the Wood Stork has a lightly feathered head. This guy was definitely kind of cute!

Juvenile Wood Stork
Titusville, Fl



6 comments:

  1. Lovely shot although I can't quite get the 'cute' factor for this. It does seem that alot of your birds love posing for the camera and are very close. I wish our birds were like this, most run or fly when you get the camera out!

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  2. I think this juvie is cute Tammy. Lovely light, pose and eye contact.

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  3. Hi Tammy!
    Absolutely stunning bird and lovely picture.
    Greetings from sweden
    /Ingemar

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  4. I'm inclined to agree with you Tammy but still not sure about those adults :-)

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