White pelicans and wood storks congregated near a Broward County water conservation area in 2007. Repairing water flow to the parched southern Everglades would help restore disappearing wetland habitat that has caused the number of wading birds to steadily decline.
White pelicans and wood storks congregated near a Broward County water conservation area in 2007. Repairing water flow to the parched southern Everglades would help restore disappearing wetland habitat that has caused the number of wading birds to steadily decline. Joe Rimkus Jr. Miami Herald Staff
White pelicans and wood storks congregated near a Broward County water conservation area in 2007. Repairing water flow to the parched southern Everglades would help restore disappearing wetland habitat that has caused the number of wading birds to steadily decline. Joe Rimkus Jr. Miami Herald Staff

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