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Woodstork at Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge. Sanibel Island Fla. Paul Goldfinger photo. ©


JOAO GILBERTO   “Little Rosinha”


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Florida woodpecker enjoying suet–a high fat diet.  Fearless birds. Fort Myers, Fla. Click to enlarge.  Paul Goldfinger photo. 3/1/2020



HAGEVATRON   (language Hebrew)  “Halleluya.”   By Leonard Cohen 1984.


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George Held told me that he never saw a wood stork in person.  Did he ever see one deliver a baby?   This time of year they start appearing in large numbers in Southwest Fla.

A couple of years ago, an entourage of them visited my backyard in Tropicana Co-op in Ft. Myers.   It reminded me of a Rotary meeting. (photo below)

I love wood storks.  They seem like important gentlemen.  Their beaks are long and curved and they stand erect.

Anyhow, George,  here is a photo from that event:


Wood storks. Ft. Myers, Fla  Paul Goldfinger photo. ©  Click to enlarge


And here’s a wood stork link that you will enjoy:


Wood storks deliver babies


SARAH VAUGHAN  “Lullaby of Birdland.”

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