In 2004, a drought concentrated fish in a water conservation area in Broward County where this great blue heron searched for food. Scientists believe wading birds do better in dry years because larger fish decline that compete with the birds for smaller prey.
In 2004, a drought concentrated fish in a water conservation area in Broward County where this great blue heron searched for food. Scientists believe wading birds do better in dry years because larger fish decline that compete with the birds for smaller prey. Joe Rimkus Miami Herald Staff
In 2004, a drought concentrated fish in a water conservation area in Broward County where this great blue heron searched for food. Scientists believe wading birds do better in dry years because larger fish decline that compete with the birds for smaller prey. Joe Rimkus Miami Herald Staff

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Decline in South Florida wading birds could mean Everglades worse off

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