Typical Crash Landing, Wood Stork - click to enlarge

Typical Crash Landing, Wood Stork

When wading birds join a flock they tend to land in the middle. It’s basically ‘make a hole’ because they want a spot.

Typical Crash Landing, Wood Stork - click to enlarge
Typical Crash Landing, Wood Stork – click to enlarge

It’s not too bad when a smaller Snowy Egret does it.

Typical Crash Landing, Wood Stork - click to enlarge
Typical Crash Landing, Wood Stork – click to enlarge

When the big Wood Storks plow their way in birds can go flying.

Typical Crash Landing, Wood Stork - click to enlarge
Typical Crash Landing, Wood Stork – click to enlarge

Amazing, but other than a few dirty looks no other birds get upset. Probably because they all do it.

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