Roseate in Flight
The summer months at the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge can really be hit or miss when it comes to bird watching or photography. Unlike November through April when the bird population at the refuge is plentiful, it is very easy to not see anything at all in, say, July. However, July 2012 was an exception. For whatever reason several hundred roseate spoonbills, like this one, decided to stay a few months longer.
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