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Aramus guarauna


An unusual bird of southern swamps and marshes, the Limpkin reaches the northern limits of its breeding range in Florida. There, it feeds almost exclusively on apple snails, which it extracts from their shells with its long bill. Its screaming cry is unmistakable and evocative.


Lake Clear, Orlando. A warm and muddy water Lake, filled with litter.


Frank Weaver
Frank Weaver 12 years ago

Thank you Melissa for your kind words! I have taken a look at your spottings and the pictures are AMAZING! great job indeed!

MelissaFerguson 12 years ago

These birds make the eeriest sounds but they are very beautiful...they shouldn't have to wade through human trash just to get a drink of water!! Nice photo for the Raise Awareness About Litter Harming Our Environment!!

Frank Weaver
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Frank Weaver

Orlando, Florida, USA

Spotted on Jan 25, 2012
Submitted on Jan 25, 2012

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