Tall, wrinkled bald head, big nose. Doesn’t sound very flattering. Overall I don’t think the Wood Stork is much to look at.
However, when they fly a stork is as graceful as an Egret. Long, slow wing strokes pushed them faster than would seem right.
Wood Storks had been endangered but in 2014 they were upgraded to a threatened species. They are the only stork that breeds in North America with small colonies in Florida, Georgia, and now South Carolina.
I only found 2 storks in the Corkscrew swamp. The ones seen were pretty aggressive. That may have been due to the limited water during the dry season or just a disposition to match their looks.
I’m betting if you’re that ugly your attitude isn’t great.