Wading birds thriving as lake level slowly recedes

Posted 4/5/21

LAKE OKEECHOBEE -- The slow recession of the level of Lake Okeechobee has provided good habitat for wading birds who nest and feed in the marshes. A Blue Heron wades in Lake Okeechobee near the pier …

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Wading birds thriving as lake level slowly recedes

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LAKE OKEECHOBEE -- The slow recession of the level of Lake Okeechobee has provided good habitat for wading birds who nest and feed in the marshes. A Blue Heron wades in Lake Okeechobee near the pier at the Cliff Betts Jr., Lakeside Recreation Area.

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