Wood Storks

Wood Storks, A Cemetery

Old Magnolia Cemetery sits along the Cooper River in the middle of large marshes.

Besides being one the most important historical cemetery sites it is also home to a diverse wildlife population.

Wood Storks
Wood Storks

Above, Wood Storks like to roost in the old Live Oaks looking over the marsh ponds.

Wood Storks
Wood Storks

In a recent visit I noticed what appeared to be Storks building a nesting frame. This would be significant since not long ago they were an endangered species.

Charleston, South Carolina.

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