Spoonbill Joining Others At Dawn

Spoonbill Joining Others At Dawn

I have been publishing many series of Roseate Spoonbills for the last few weeks. There has been no shortage of opportunities this fall. Even with the far marsh roads closed, their preferred home, people have been spotting them many other places.

Spoonbill Joining Others At Dawn
Spoonbill Joining Others At Dawn

They look to be the next big success story, after the Wood Stork, for expanding their numbers.

Spoonbill Joining Others At Dawn
Spoonbill Joining Others At Dawn
Spoonbill Joining Others At Dawn
Spoonbill Joining Others At Dawn

If I view this image large I can actually see multiple generations. That’s a great sign.

ACE Basin, South Carolina.

6 thoughts on “Spoonbill Joining Others At Dawn”

    1. Thanks. In South Carolina we have huge tracts of marsh and swamps set aside for wildlife. Once a species finds them its a safe haven. We even have Tundra Swans from the Arctic coming in yearly. I believe itโ€™s the furthest spot the travel.

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