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Yellow-billed Stork Feeding, Mycteria ibis
Yellow-billed Stork, Mycteria ibis, on the swampy shore of Lake Naivasha Nature Reserve, Kenya, East Africa. The lake has a surface area of 139 km, and is surrounded by a swamp the home of many bird species.
Habitat
ponds, waterways, swamps, nests in tops of trees
Location
Lake Naivasha Nature Reserve, Kenya
Date taken
July 2010
Scientific name
Mycteria ibis
Equipment used
Canon 500D, Tamron zoom lens
I really like the pose of the bird, and the natural setting is great. Another great shot, thanks for sharing Carole-Anne:t:
 

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Africa
Added by
Carole-Anne
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