Thanks for asking. That white and pink bird is called a Roseate Spoonbill.
Scientific name: Ajaia ajaj
The Roseate Spoonbill stands about 30 inches tall and has a heron-shaped body. The legs and eyes are red, and the feet and knees are blackish. The body is pink. During breeding their plumage can be a bright red or magenta color on their wing shoulders. Wing span is 3-4 feet. The tail is a tawny orange color. On the upper breast there is a prominent patch of stiff curly feathers in red surrounded by pink and buff (a yellowish-orange). The head is bare and varies in color from a pale green to a greenish gray. It has a black skin area around the ear and nape of the neck. They have a long spatula shaped bill, or banjo bill, about 6 inches in length. It narrows in the center and widens to about 2 inches at the tip. Immature birds have white plumage with varying tints of pink.
And yes those are Amercian White Pelicans.
Tune in tomorrow for some fun facts about those.
You know we were talking this week about flamingos.
I've only seen one in the wild. It was flying over the channel near key largo.