Very old Wood Stork
There are two kinds in Belize, the Jabiru and the Wood Stork, Mycteria americana. The wood stork
eats frogs, fish, lizards, snakes and apple snails. Yummy!
They have a featherless neck like the jabiru which makes one think they may also eat like a vulture at times.
Photograph by Elbert Greer
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