June 23, 2009 9:38 AM

Everglades wood storks boom in numbers unseen since 1930s

This year has been an unusually good year for the breeding of wood storks in the Everglades. Early surveys suggest 3,500 will leave nests this year, compared with zero last year. Developers say the bird shouldn't remain on the endangered species list.

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