I've never been a "birder" or had any particular interest, I appreciated birds in general but until we moved to SWFL I wasn't drawn to them as I am now. It's hard not to be enthralled with the great varieties that live here. Walking along and seeing egrets, herons, anhingas, ibis and wood storks among others, is such a change from the run of the mill birds one usually sees in our neighborhoods. I imagine people that grew up here take them for granted but that doesn't apply to me. I find the variety fascinating and enjoy seeing them around as part of my everyday life. After hearing of them I became enamored with seeing Wood Storks due to their unique appearance. That increased after seeing the baby Wood Storks shown on the right.
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