Birds of North America, Vagrant Visitors, Introduced Birds and Possibilities
Herons, Egrets, Flamingos, Ibises, Night-Herons, Spoonbill & Stork
Ardeidae, Ciconiidae, Phoenicopteridae & Threskiornitidae
Lives, Habitats & Pictures of the Wading Birds
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Wading birds and Florida wading birds are synonymous for all the wading birds in North America and can be found or have been seen in the state of Florida.
These birds have a preference for marshes, swamps, mudflats and shallow bodies of water and Florida has all of this and more.
Below is a list of types of waders, with pictures of some of them,
including herons, egrets, flamingos, ibises, night-herons, spoonbill and storks. All of these bird
types can be seen among the wetlands or close to them.
Click on bird images or names to see pictures of wading birds
References to Other Bird Sites:
Avibase - the world bird database
ABA - American Birding Association
AOS - The American Ornitholgy Society
ABC - American Bird Conservancy
eBird - TheCornellLab of Ornithology
NA - National Geographic
NAC - National Audubon Society
Classic Collection of North American Birds