CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) — It’s a rare sight to see – especially in Cumberland County. Officials with Cumberland County posted photos Sunday of two Roseate Spoonbills in a marsh.
Photographer Fred Ryerse took the pictures, showing the birds taking flight in a local marsh.READ MORE: Tough Question: Do You Prefer To Sleep In Or Wake Up Early And Make Breakfast?
Check out this rare sighting of two juvenile Roseate Spoonbill in Cumberland County! 🦩
📸 Fred Ryerse pic.twitter.com/EpDmTDeoHRREAD MORE: Bucks County Couple Taking Part In Coast-To-Coast Bike Ride In Effort To Raise Money For Cancer Research
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According to The Corrnell Lab of Ornithology, Roseate Spoonbills are found in Cuba and the Dominican Republic all year round. They prefer habitats like swampy forests.