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Endangered Florida species
U.S. Endangered species
The range of wood storks extends through the southeastern coastal states from North Carolina to Texas south to the Yucatan peninsula , plus Tennessee, Arizona, California and much of the central and eastern South American continent. Mycteria americana is possibly extirpated from Texas, imperiled in Florida and Georgia and seriously imperiled in South Carolina.
Mycteria americana is a member of the Ciconiidae - Storks family.
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Florida Natural Areas Inventory datasheet for this species (pdf)
Date record last modified:
Mar 04, 2012