After foraging for food in shallow runoff waters, a wood stork rests above a canal along Immokalee Road in Naples on Thursday. Wood storks are making their annual return before nesting some time in December and January. Development has forced the birds to forage in more urban environments leading to the mistaken belief they're becoming more populous.

Photo by MICHEL FORTIER, Daily News

After foraging for food in shallow runoff waters, a wood stork rests above a canal along Immokalee Road in Naples on Thursday. Wood storks are making their annual return before nesting some time in December and January. Development has forced the birds to forage in more urban environments leading to the mistaken belief they're becoming more populous.

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