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Woodstorks make their living eating fish in shallow water. Unlike herons and cranes, the woodstorks hunt by feel. They move their bill slowly through the water and grab fish that they touch.
  • A woodstork walks along looking at the camera.
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  • A wood stork soars on the wind.
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  • A wood stork stares at the camera.
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  • Driven south by cold weather, great white egrets, wood storks and great blue herons rub shoulders at a pond.  Wood storks are a protected species due to habitat loss.
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  • Driven south by cold weather, great white egrets, wood storks and great blue herons rub shoulders at a pond.  Herons and egrets are sight hunters, while wood storks hunt by touch.
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  • Driven south by cold weather, great white egrets, wood storks and great blue herons rub shoulders at a pond.  Herons and egrets are sight hunters, while wood storks hunt by touch.
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  • A lone great egret sits out bad weather with a flock of woodstorks.
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  • A lone great egret sits out bad weather with a flock of woodstorks.
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  • A lone great egret sits out bad weather with a flock of woodstorks.
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  • A lone great egret sits out bad weather with a flock of woodstorks.
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  • The woodstorks feed by walking along moving their beaks through the water, feeling for fish.
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  • The woodstorks feed by walking along moving their beaks through the water, feeling for fish.
    ae woodstor...jpg
  • A lone great egret sits out bad weather with a flock of woodstorks.
    ae woodstor...jpg
  • A lone great egret sits out bad weather with a flock of woodstorks.
    ae woodstor...jpg
  • The woodstorks feed by walking along moving their beaks through the water, feeling for fish.
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  • Great egrets sits out bad weather with a flock of woodstorks.
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