Spoonbills are common to the coasts. You can visit The Black Point Trail in Titusville or the Vierra Wetlands and see plenty of spoonbills.

They just don't often come inland! We see a pair - perhaps the same pair - return from time to time to add a dash of bright pink to the scene
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