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image by National Audubon Society (@audubonsociety) with caption : "This spring, Wood Storks are raising multiple young thanks to ample foraging grounds in the Everglades. This photo of Wo" - 1764184389795002592
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This spring, Wood Storks are raising multiple young thanks to ample foraging grounds in the Everglades. This photo of Wood Stork colonies was taken next to Big Cypress National Preserve.⠀ ⠀ Click the link in our bio to learn about this year's nesting boom in the Everglades. 🐣⠀ ⠀ This week's is thanks to Mac Stone, @macstonephoto, in partnership with @ilcp_photographers.

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During the first 5 weeks or so, one Wood Stork parent usually guards the nest to protect the young.⠀ Mac captured this adorable footage of young Wood Stork preening at the feet of its parent. ⠀ ⠀ Click the link in our bio to learn more about this year's nesting boom in Florida's Everglades. ⠀ This week's is brought to you by Mac Stone, @macstonephoto, in partnership with @ilcp_photographers.

image by National Audubon Society (@audubonsociety) with caption : "When conditions are just right, the Everglades become a natural haven for nesting wading birds. Mac captured this beauti" - 1763569191421920227
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When conditions are just right, the Everglades become a natural haven for nesting wading birds. Mac captured this beautiful image of foraging Roseate Spoonbills, American White Pelicans, Snowy Egrets, Great Egrets, Glossy Ibises, and White Ibises.⠀ ⠀ This week's is thanks to Mac Stone, @macstonephoto, in partnership with @ilcp_photographers.

image by National Audubon Society (@audubonsociety) with caption : "Birds in various stages of nesting find refuge in Florida’s Everglades and leave in shifts to forage. Mac captured this " - 1763284927878846087
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Birds in various stages of nesting find refuge in Florida’s Everglades and leave in shifts to forage. Mac captured this beautiful image of Wood Storks and herons nesting on pond apple trees in the Wakodahatchee Wetlands.⠀ ⠀ Click the link in our bio to learn about this year's nesting boom in the Everglades. ⠀ This week's is brought to you by Mac Stone, @macstonephoto, in partnership with @ilcp_photographers.

image by National Audubon Society (@audubonsociety) with caption : "Wood Storks are North America’s only native stork and the largest wading bird that breeds in the U.S.⠀ Mac captured thes" - 1762795001445996074
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Wood Storks are North America’s only native stork and the largest wading bird that breeds in the U.S.⠀ Mac captured these juvenile and adult Wood Storks gathering to forage in the wetland pockets of the Hungryland Slough Natural Area in the Everglades watershed.⠀ ⠀ This week's is brought to you by Mac Stone, @macstonephoto, in partnership with @ilcp_photographers.

image by National Audubon Society (@audubonsociety) with caption : "Wood Storks' nests can be 10-15 feet above water in mangroves and 80 feet, or higher, in cypress swamps. Mac captured th" - 1762470716550599016
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Wood Storks' nests can be 10-15 feet above water in mangroves and 80 feet, or higher, in cypress swamps. Mac captured this incredible photo of nesting Wood Storks outside Big Cypress National Preserve in the central Everglades.⠀ ⠀ Learn about this year's nesting boom in the Everglades by clicking the link in our bio. 🐣⠀ ⠀ This week's is brought to you by Mac Stone, @macstonephoto, in partnership with @ilcp_photographers.

image by National Audubon Society (@audubonsociety) with caption : "The Great Egret’s breeding plumage is a key part of its courtship display and reaches full length just as it begins bree" - 1761976885656776503
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The Great Egret’s breeding plumage is a key part of its courtship display and reaches full length just as it begins breeding. Mac captured this stunning close up of a Great Egret in its breeding plumage at Audubon's @corkscrewswamp.⠀ ⠀ This week's is thanks to Mac Stone, @macstonephoto, in partnership with @ilcp_photographers.

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Crowded living quarters can often result in territory disputes. Mac captured these two Wood Storks fighting over a prized stick to complete their nests. ⠀ ⠀ Click the link in our bio to learn about this year's nesting boom in the Everglades.⠀ ⠀ This week's is thanks to Mac Stone (@macstonephoto), in partnership with @ilcp_photographers.

image by National Audubon Society (@audubonsociety) with caption : "White Ibises are tactile feeders, which means they have to touch their prey to eat. As water recedes in the shallows of " - 1761213556420040539
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White Ibises are tactile feeders, which means they have to touch their prey to eat. As water recedes in the shallows of Audubon's @corkscrewswamp, they take advantage of concentrated prey to forage during nesting season. ⠀ ⠀ Click the link in our bio to learn more about this year's nesting boom in Florida's Everglades. 🐣⠀ ⠀ This week's is brought to you by Mac Stone, @macstonephoto, in partnership with @ilcp_photographers.

image by National Audubon Society (@audubonsociety) with caption : "When conditions are just right, the Everglades become a booming breeding ground. This spring, southern Florida is experi" - 1761030313746078037
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When conditions are just right, the Everglades become a booming breeding ground. This spring, southern Florida is experiencing a huge spike in nesting birds. While flying over Everglades National Park, Mac captured this colony of more than 12,000 White Ibises, Wood Storks, and egrets. ⠀ ⠀ This week's is thanks to Mac Stone, @macstonephoto, in partnership with @ilcp_photographers.

image by National Audubon Society (@audubonsociety) with caption : "Thanks to ample foraging grounds created by heavy rainfall from Hurricane Irma, colonies of Wood Storks are thriving in " - 1760477524510801078
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Thanks to ample foraging grounds created by heavy rainfall from Hurricane Irma, colonies of Wood Storks are thriving in the cypress domes and sloughs of southern Florida. ⠀ ⠀ Click the link in our bio to learn more about this year's nesting boom in Florida's Everglades. 🐣⠀ ⠀ This week's is brought to you by Mac Stone (@macstonephoto), in partnership with @ilcp_photographers.⠀ ⠀

image by National Audubon Society (@audubonsociety) with caption : "We’re thrilled to announce a new #AudubonTakeover this week from Mac Stone (@macstonephoto), in partnership with the Int" - 1760298935551098790
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We’re thrilled to announce a new this week from Mac Stone (@macstonephoto), in partnership with the International League of Conservation Photographers (@ilcp_photographers)!⠀ ⠀ The Everglades are an important breeding area for wading birds. Unfortunately, their populations have declined throughout the region by nearly 90% since the 20th century.⠀ ⠀ But thanks to conservation efforts and extra-rainy conditions, the Everglades are welcoming droves of nesting wading birds this year—and Mac Stone was there to witness moments from this spectacular event.⠀ ⠀ Mac captured this beautiful image of a mating pair of Wood Storks building their nest in the Wakodahatchee Wetlands. ⠀ ⠀