Jessica Shively watches the eating habits of eight wood storks Wednesday for the National Audubon Society as the birds forage near a canal along Immokalee Road. The storks are searching for food in increasingly urban areas, which falsely leads to the belief their population is increasing because of their visibility.

Photo by MICHEL FORTIER, Daily News

Jessica Shively watches the eating habits of eight wood storks Wednesday for the National Audubon Society as the birds forage near a canal along Immokalee Road. The storks are searching for food in increasingly urban areas, which falsely leads to the belief their population is increasing because of their visibility.

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