I made another trip to the bird rookery in north Tampa in early May. While there were already a lot of babies, the wood storks were still flirting.
The baby great egrets were the loudest, yelling at Mom to feed them.
A young tricolored heron trying to fly. I love the wire looking feathers on their heads.
Young anhingas were high up in the cypress trees.
Birds were constantly flying in and out of the rookery. I was hoping to see cattle egrets or maybe the glossy ibis but I saw neither of them on this trip.