I always associate Roseate Spoonbill with true marshlands. I have seen them on the ocean, salt water inlets, and forest. Still they are a marsh bird.
These being on the edge of woodlands make them just a little more interesting I think.
I was expecting a Northern Harrier or other raptor here. A big pink bird made a guest appearance instead.
As luck would have I was focused for a wider shot, thinking swift hawk. Instead I captured a nice looking background with the Spoonbill.