The flamingos have returned to the Everglades.

And for the first time, from now through the end of April, you can sign up for weekend tours to see them.

For a century, the tall pink and black birds have been a rare sight in the state of which they’re an iconic symbol.

But starting nine years ago, the long-legged wading birds began showing up from late March and to mid-May on South Florida Water Management District land south of Lake Okeechobee.

Last year, scientists counted 147 flamingos in the area.

via Tours begin to see rare flock of flamingos in South Florida’s Everglades | Quick Pulse.

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