Pterodactyl? Nope, this modern dinosaur is a wood stork, the only type of stork that breeds in North America. “While I was on a trip to the Everglades I stopped at Paurotis Pond and was looking across at wood stork and spoonbill nests in the distance," writes Susan Hale in sharing this shots with us from Florida. "I happened to turn around and discovered that right behind me in the parking lot wood storks were making repeated visits gathering nesting materials from the trees. It was an incredible photo opportunity.”. To see more of the great nature photos that are shared with us every day by our more than 265,000 Facebook followers and learn more about wildlife and science, follow us on Facebook and go to our Nature Photos page here on the website. Feel free to share with us your own sightings, observations and photos!