Woodstorks are an indicator species, a sign of a wetland environmental health. A group of five of them were in and around some of the shallow waters at Red Bug Slough, where a stretch of the preserve’s wetlands were expanded as part of a recent habitat restoration project. Here was one of them:
With its cheerful song and bright lemon yellow, the aptly-named yellow-throated warbler can be easy to spot. But this lemon-yellow patched, quick, nimble warbler usually happens to disappear just as quickly as it arrived. Well, most of the time… I finally got a few good captures today!