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Northern shovelers, called spoonbills by most Louisiana anglers, were the only other species to improve from last year's numbers.
Beneath a canopy of mangroves and palm trees, spot gentle West Indian manatees hovering below the surface, roseate spoonbills feeding near the water’s edge and the occasional bald eagle circling above in search of marsh rabbits.
Stop off at isolated and pristine Cayo Costa State Park in search of untouched shells, or pay a visit to Lover’s Key State Park, home to gentle manatees and roseate spoonbills.
The area is known for its 50 miles of sandy beaches and abundant wildlife, like egrets, roseate spoonbills, and dolphins in the gulf, Donlan said.
A tourist leans out of his car window to photograph a flock of white spoonbills at a watering hole.
Meanwhile, traveling spoonbills would find their marshy grassland undisturbed — far from the center of town and sheltered from people and industry by a wide buffer of farmland.
The manifest identifies the birds as maribou storks, white pelicans, African spoonbills and sacred and Hadada ibises.
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