In this group of photographs there were not too many marshland birds not represented. I usually am happy to get two different breeds in a single shot. In a few there are 5/6 species.
Above includes Wood Storks, White Pelicans, Great Egrets, Roseate Spoonbills and a Great Blue Heron.
That’s a pretty impressive gathering.
A double-crested Cormorant joined the party in the last two photos.
The only bird missing from the usual suspects is an Anhinga.
Taken at ACE Basin, South Carolina.