Photography of Birds – Set # 40

Set # 40


Wood Stork


Wood Stork

Wood Stork


This is a subtropical and tropical species which breeds in much of South America, Central America and the Caribbean. The wood stork is the only stork that breeds in North America. In the United States there are small breeding populations in Florida , Georgia, and the Carolinas.


Great Blue Heron


Great Blue Heron

Great Blue Heron


The primary food for great blue heron is small fish, though it is also known to opportunistically feed on a wide range of shrimp, crabs, aquatic insects, rodents, and other small mammals, amphibians, reptiles, and birds, especially ducklings. Primary prey is variable based on availability and abundance.


© HJ Ruiz – Avian101

10 thoughts on “Photography of Birds – Set # 40

    • Yes, I understand, Donna. They can eat anything that moves. I saw one GBH eat a fish, whole! The fish was a big as his neck. After he swallowed it you were able to see the shape of the bird for a long while. Gross! Thank you, my friend. 🙂

  1. These storks are being successfully reintroduced in U.K. The first chicks have hatched. They have always been rare vagrants, only c20 a year. Last breeding record in U.K.? 1416, on a cathedral roof!

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