After collecting data from a wood stork, Rena Borkhataria, Ph.D. student in the wildlife ecology and conservancy program at the University of Florida, takes the stork to the place where it was captured to release it. A cloth was placed over the bird's eyes to keep it calm during the task.

Photo by LEXEY SWALL, Daily News

After collecting data from a wood stork, Rena Borkhataria, Ph.D. student in the wildlife ecology and conservancy program at the University of Florida, takes the stork to the place where it was captured to release it. A cloth was placed over the bird's eyes to keep it calm during the task.

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