Lake Disston Rookery
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Part of the wood stork, roseate spoonbill and egret rookery at Lake Disston with a cypress tree framing the foreground.
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Lake Disston is a shallow lake covering 1844 acres in Flagler County Florida. This lake is drained by Little Haw Creek, which flows into Crescent Lake. A popular fishing spot, it is also an Audubon Important Bird Area and is a state designated Outstanding Florida Water. Cypress trees ring the lake, especially on one side where there is a major bird rookery for wood storks, ibis, and egrets. The lake is an important osprey nesting habitat and is used by swallow-tailed kites when they are in Florida.
October 4th, 2015
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