Alligator ‘guards’ roseate spoonbills at Myakka River State Park


A gator seemed to protect the entrance to the mud flats that attracted roseate spoonbills, stilts and storks, among other birds.

A gator seemed to protect the entrance to the mud flats that attracted roseate spoonbills, stilts and storks, among other birds. Read about Myakka River State Park.

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