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Wood Ibis Park

Bird Guide

Ted Phillips Wood Ibis Park

58th St. S. & 28th Ave. S.
Closed: 12 A.M. – 4 A.M.

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White Ibis

American White Ibis
Photo by Joshua J. Cotten on Unsplash

white egret

Great White Heron
Photo by Joshua J. Cotten on Unsplash

Little Blue Heron

Little Blue Heron
Photo by Joshua J. Cotten on Unsplash

Osprey

Osprey
Photo by Mathew Schwartz on Unsplash

Anhinga

Anhinga
Photo by fabrice kopp on Unsplash

Pileated Woodpecker

Pileated Woodpecker
Photo by Patrice Bouchard on Unsplash

Spoonbill

Roseate Spoonbill
Photo by Joshua J. Cotten on Unsplash

yelllow crowned night heron

Yellow Crowned Night Heron
Photo by Joshua J. Cotten on Unsplash

snowy egret

Snowy Egret
Photo by Joshua J. Cotten on Unsplash

wood stork

Wood Stork
Photo by John Dean on Unsplash

Common Gallinule

Common Gallinule
Photo by Aysegul Yahsi on Unsplash

Blue Jay

Blue Jay
Photo by Mathew Schwartz on Unsplash

Blue Heron

Great Blue Heron
Photo by Joshua J. Cotten on Unsplash

Reddish Egret

Reddish Egret
Photo by Tampa Estuary on Unsplash

Green Heron

Green Heron
Photo by Joshua J. Cotten on Unsplash

Double-crested Cormorant

Double-crested Cormorant
Photo by Max Gotts on Unsplash

Red-bellied Woodpecker

Red-bellied Woodpecker
Photo by Robert Woeger on Unsplash

Northern Mockingbird

Northern Mockingbird
Photo by Joshua J. Cotten on Unsplash

About the Park

This 4-acre park is located along 58th Street at approximately 28th Avenue South. The most distinguishing feature of the park is the lake. With native aquatic plantings and a fountain to keep the water aerated, the park has become a favorite location for small bunnies, wading birds and a variety of ducks. Enjoy the spread of colors as butterflies flock to carefully selected native plants in the butterfly garden. Take in the whole park by walking the .28 mile trail around the lake.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Be as a bird perched on a frail branch that she feels bending beneath her, still she sings away all the same, knowing she has wings.

– Victor Hugo

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