"Lilliputian Art: Woodstork"
Artist: Merrill H Neace
Medium: Original Acrylic on Stretched Canvas
Our only native stork in North America, a very large, heavy-billed bird that wades in the shallows of southern swamps. Flies with slow wingbeats, and flocks often soar very high on warm days. They fly with their neck and legs outstretched but tend to perch with the neck drawn in, giving them a humpbacked appearance. You can see these awesome birds birds perched in the trees in swampy areas along the highway coming into Savannah