The number of nesting white ibises in the Everglades dropped by 45 percent last year. While their numbers are increasing, they remain well below historic levels.
The number of nesting white ibises in the Everglades dropped by 45 percent last year. While their numbers are increasing, they remain well below historic levels. AL DIAZ MIAMI HERALD STAFF
The number of nesting white ibises in the Everglades dropped by 45 percent last year. While their numbers are increasing, they remain well below historic levels. AL DIAZ MIAMI HERALD STAFF

South Florida wading bird nesting falls to lowest level in a decade

March 07, 2017 11:25 AM

UPDATED March 07, 2017 06:23 PM

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