San Diego County, California, US
Non-collection animal. Many wild animals take advantage of the easy resources here.
This one bird migrated into the area from (presumed) the Sea of Cortez one summer and never left. It lived for at least 10 years before being found dead of natural causes one day (I think in 2012). It was the county tick for many bird listers.
Cigüeñas Blancas observadas en uno de los nidos de la espadaña de la Capilla de San Ildefonso en Alcalá de Henares en España
2 black storks seen flying over along the river
Pantanos de Centla, Frontera, Tabasco,
29 de enero de 2012
Jabiru, Jabiru mycteria, Aves, Tabasco, Mexico
Jonuta Road, Tabasco, México
Traditionally, the order Ciconiiformes has included a variety of large, long-legged wading birds with large bills: storks, herons, egrets, ibises, spoonbills, and several others. Ciconiiformes are known from the Late Eocene. At present the only family retained in the order is the storks, Ciconiidae.