Today's featured species is the federally endangered Wood Stork. They are the one of the largest American wading birds. They primarily eat fish by holding their bill open in the water until a fish is detected and then clamp down. The birds' heads have always looked prehistoric to me and its North American presence probably postdates the last ice age. Both of these images are of the same bird from Green Cay. He was feeding in the wetlands and flew out to perch. I was fortunate that he located close and at a photographic level location. Blue Skies.