mas de 12 ejemplares
Large, pink bird flying above Galveston Island State Park over the interpretive trail.
the Roseate Spoonbills flew in and went in the small pond well hidden behind tall grasses, fortunately the tower gave some view of them once they landed and they are big enough to be seen by my camera while many other species aren't.
these were on the other side of marsh grasses and only visible from the viewing tower
24 Oct 2009.
E B Forsythe NWR, Atlantic Co, NJ.
Note the date! An old set of photos I forgot to process until now. This vagrant spent several months here.
Location of ibis and spoonbills
9 roseate spoonbills roosting in short dead tree along with 2 white ibis.
Three Roseate Spoonbills were foraging and resting with other waders at the remnants of this pond along the frontage road of TX 71 just W of La Grange. In this photo, from L to R, are an adult white morph Reddish Egret, 3 Roseate Spoonbills, and a Great Egret.