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Roseate Spoonbills

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Same location as my osprey pictures - Tigertail Lagoon, Marco Island, August 2014.


Most mornings there were between 15 and 20 Roseate Spoonbills feeding, preening or sleeping on or near the lagoon - this is a selection of pictures from a morning when the birds were on 'my' side of the lagoon, though to get the light at my back, I did have to wade into the lagoon and stand up to my knees in water at the mersy of the mozzies!


Juvenile bird posing nicely:

15159051876_e45050301e_b.jpg2R4C6054 by Whyone, on Flickr


Adult bird to the left of the photo, showing breeding plumage and bare green head (also adult and juvenile Black Skimmers, Laughing Gulls and Least Tern):

15179058071_4e2ea00f3d_b.jpg2R4C6076 by Whyone, on Flickr


Black Skimmer overhead:

14995507927_992e13fe94_b.jpg2R4C6101 by Whyone, on Flickr


Pretty they are not!

15179052481_f1447e09b6_b.jpg2R4C6112 by Whyone, on Flickr


8 Spoonbills and 1 juvenile Black Skimmer in flight:

14995390090_db6a25843e_b.jpg2R4C6125 by Whyone, on Flickr

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