Wood Stork

Whitman Letson

Where it lives and what it's name is

It lives in Southeastern North Carolina, Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina.

Mycteria Americana is the wood strokes scientific name.

What Makes this Species Endangered and What they are doing to Help

The Wood Stork is not a high level of endangerment but it still is endangered. The dryness in the wet land in Florida and along the coast has taken away the habitat of the wood stork and has caused it to depopulated to the point of in 1990s they though it would be extinct in 2000. In recent years the wood stork is almost of out the endangered species list. People have been working hard like creating sanctuaries for the birds.