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Visitors may spot snowy egrets, great blue herons, banded cormorants, wood storks, black vultures and anhingas – a.k.a.
While the Katy Prairie is home for a wide variety of summertime birds like spoonbills and wood storks, Gonzalez said the place also is a major stop on the migratory route for ducks and geese coming from the north during the winter.
In Pembroke Pines, the wood stork lives inside 300 acres of wetlands off Sheridan Street and have been spotted in Sunrise and Deerfield Beach.
Doug Young, the chief operating officer of the South Florida Audubon Society, said the wood stork has a voracious appetite for fish.
At full size the wood stork’s wingspan can reach 6 feet and can stand over 4 feet tall.
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