I came across 10-12 wood storks on the 17th hole of my golf course, so, after finishing,
I hurried back to the house to pick up a camera with a telephoto lens.
Wood storks are big white wading birds with long beaks and gnarly necks and heads.
They were categorized until 2014 as "endangered" but are now categorized as "threatened."
Yesterday there were fewer wood storks, and they were joined by roseate spoonbills.