The Wood Stork being seen in Faribault County is a juvenile bird, identified as such by its spiky head feathering and yellowish bill. Adults have featherless heads, and bills of a darker color. Wood Stork juveniles are known for wide dispersal from the nesting colony after fledging. Photos of this bird and a typical adult can be seen on my blog.
birding blog at http://www.startribune.com/lifestyle/homegarden/blogs/Wingnut.html
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