A woodstork looks for small fish, frogs and other aquatic critters, in a roadside canal along Collier Boulevard North and Mainsail Drive. The woodstork nesting season runs from November to March with the birds flying to South Florida from Georgia, the Carolinas and northern Florida.

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A woodstork looks for small fish, frogs and other aquatic critters, in a roadside canal along Collier Boulevard North and Mainsail Drive. The woodstork nesting season runs from November to March with the birds flying to South Florida from Georgia, the Carolinas and northern Florida.

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