For my last square top, of course it had to be a bird. This is a wood stork and is found in the southeastern part of the United States. This guy sat on top of this hollowed out tree that has several woodpecker nesting holes in it. They are beautiful when in the air with their white wings outlined by black feathers. The wood stork is 33.5-45.3 inches (85-115 cm) in length with a wingspan of 59-68 inches (150-75 cm) when in flight.
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