A wood stork attempts to swallow a large fish in this file photo taken in February. This was only the eighth year since 1959 that wood storks failed to nest at the National Audubon Society-owned Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. The birds built about 40 nests but laid no eggs. Last year, the sanctuary produced 600 nests and 1,428 fledglings.

Photo by MICHEL FORTIER, Daily News file photo

A wood stork attempts to swallow a large fish in this file photo taken in February. This was only the eighth year since 1959 that wood storks failed to nest at the National Audubon Society-owned Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. The birds built about 40 nests but laid no eggs. Last year, the sanctuary produced 600 nests and 1,428 fledglings.

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