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


  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!

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

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

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


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