Shared Spaces, Spoonbill, Vultures

A Few Shared Spaces, Spoonbill, Vultures

This island spot in a wetlands was popular with both the Roseate Spoonbills and Black Vultures. Part of these trees looked to be the start of a Spoonbill rookery.

I have never gotten a shot like the first photograph. They were all sharing the branches with no issues.

Shared Spaces, Spoonbill, Vultures
Shared Spaces, Spoonbill, Vultures

There were plenty of old palms and dead cypress. At times there were at least a dozen vultures with the Spoonbills.

Shared Spaces, Spoonbill, Vultures
Shared Spaces, Spoonbill, Vultures
Shared Spaces, Spoonbill, Vultures
Shared Spaces, Spoonbill, Vultures
Shared Spaces, Spoonbill, Vultures
Shared Spaces, Spoonbill, Vultures

Orlando Wetlands, Christmas, Florida.

4 thoughts on “A Few Shared Spaces, Spoonbill, Vultures”

    1. I know 😁. Spoonbill will be OK with most any others. Black Vultures though! The winter migration has brought large groups to the Florida marshes. Being only a few hours away we now spend weeks back and forth in the winter.

  1. These are a very unexpected moments. Black Vultures and Spoonbills together?… And it seems that everyone agrees to share one territory. Unique and great photos!

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