This week we are asked to share a photo that says “temporary” to us.
The roseate spoonbills have been visiting the lowcountry the past few weeks on their way south for the winter. You can’t miss them – pink feathers with a large, flat, spoon-shaped bill which they use to feed by sweeping their bill back and forth.
The arrival of the spoonbills always creates excitement among all “birders” and the topic of all conversation revolves around the “spoonies”. The weather’s getting colder so our “temporary” residents will be leaving soon but I think I can say for all that the welcome mat is always out.
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