A series from our black and white site.
Immediately the wings of a Wood Stork catch your attention. Primary feathers are long and black with a green tint. A striking thick white cape covers their shoulders. The wing span can be 5.5 feet (1.6 m) in length.
In the wild a low flying Wood Stork can be heard long before you see them. The air turbulence makes a distinct and loud sound.
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