Huntington Beach State Park, S.C.
It took a bit of patience, but I finally was able to get a decent shot of a juvenile roseate spoonbill in among some wood storks at the park. The spoonbills, which are resident breeders in some parts of South America, the Caribbean, Central America, Mexico and the U.S. Gulf Coast, didn't begin showing up at Huntington until 2009. I think the most anyone has ever seen there in a year was maybe a dozen. A couple of weeks ago, there were five or six there, but lately, this little one seems to be the lone holdout.
Toned, sharpened using Adobe Photoshop
Canon 30D with Canon 70-200 mm f/2.8 telephoto lens