The Sunday BIRD Volume 9 Issue 43 April 20, 2014

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Re: More From South Florida - Looking Into Nests
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CollBaxter wrote:

These are very good. How far away are you from these birds ? . Do they get disturbed if you get to close. ?

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Hi Collin,

The Wood Stork nests are about 40 feet away while the Tri Heron is only about 10 feet away. The birds here in south Florida are "comparatively" tame. They are used to people coming and going near their nests and roosts.

The Wakodahatchee Wetland is a man-made facility. To get an idea of what it is like, click on this link:

http://www.pbcgov.com/waterutilities/wakodahatchee/

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