But humans are not the only species that likes Florida. Here's a good article from the Ft Lauderdale Sun Sentinel on the tropical wood stork and how it's fortunes have been reversed a bit by it's movement into a more suburban and urban habitat after many of it's natural habitat was drained or changed for human development and farming.
We are unsure if man can find a way to leave enough space in Florida for birds such as the stork to survive. We feel of course that land owners should be given incentive to leave at least 20% of their land in a natural state to allow some co-habitation with humans. Of course tracts such as the Everglades and Ocala National Forest are the best solutions if they can be crafted.
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