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Wood Storks

Wood Storks

Tuscawilla Park in Ocala, Florida has two medium-sized ponds that have a variety of water birds, and wading birds in and around them.  I was there at Tuscawilla Park on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017 in the afternoon for about five minutes.  No, I did not see hundreds of birds as I have in past visits during the Winter months.  Many birds have gone elsewhere on their migratory journey.

I did see several Great Egrets, a couple of Wood Storks, Snowy Egrets, a lot of White Ibis, a lot of Common Cormorants, a few Wood Ducks, a few Muscovy Ducks and a Great Blue Heron.  Please click on the thumbnail image to see the slightly larger version of the picture.  Enjoy!

Great Egret, Snowy Egrets, and Double Crested Cormorants

Great Egret, Snowy Egrets, and Double Crested Cormorants

Juvenile White Ibis

Juvenile White Ibis

Adult White Ibis

Adult White Ibis


Comments on: "Some Water Birds at Tuscawilla Park" (4)

  1. Hello, wonderful post and photos. The Wood Storks are a favorite of mine. The White Ibis seem to be all over the place and in large groups. I remember visiting that park a few years ago, it was very birdy there. Have a happy day and week ahead!

    • Hi Eileen, Yes, nice old city park with the ponds and all the birds around. There are sometimes Bald Eagles there as well but I did not see any when I visited last week. Glad you got to visit the park there a few years back. Your area also is “Bird-y”. Florida is a wonderful spot for all types of bird watching. Have a great day today!

  2. You really do have some excellent birds in your area!

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