Wood Stork Images, Facts and Information:
- Wood Storks are large, white wading birds with long legs, long curved bills, black flight feathers and their heads are black and bald.
- Breeding Wood Storks are found in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina and in some areas of the Caribbean, and Mexico. Wood Storks are also found in Central and South America.
- Wood Storks are found in cypress swamps, freshwater and saltwater estuaries, bottomland hardwood swamps, wetlands, flooded agricultural fields.
- Wood Storks eat fish, frogs, tadpoles, crayfish and crabs.
- Wood Storks lay 2 to 5 white eggs which hatch in 27 to 32 days. Both sexes incubate, they are monogamous and colonial nesters.
- A group of Wood Storks can be called a “swoop” of storks.
- Wood Storks can live to be more than 20 years old.
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