Wood Storks, Bear Island WMA - click to enlarge

Wood Storks, Bear Island WMA

I have included the location of these Wood Stork photographs since it is so important to their survival. Bear Island, Wildlife Management Area.

Wood Storks, Bear Island WMA - click to enlarge
Wood Storks, Bear Island WMA – click to enlarge

Not that long ago these birds were endangered, on the verge of disaster.

Wood Storks, Bear Island WMA - click to enlarge
Wood Storks, Bear Island WMA – click to enlarge

The ACE Basin area of the South Carolina Lowcountry is around 325,000 + acres. The WMA locations here are huge and allow animals a natural place to live and thrive.

Wood Storks, Bear Island WMA - click to enlarge
Wood Storks, Bear Island WMA – click to enlarge

Many areas are not accessible, no roads or even walking trails.

Wood Storks, Bear Island WMA - click to enlarge
Wood Storks, Bear Island WMA – click to enlarge

These places help species, like Storks, survive.

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