These birds were way out across the big pond at Green Cay. You could only see little specks of pink with the naked eye. The lone Wood Stork nearby gives a nice contrast in size to the Roseate Spoonbills.
Below is my attempt at a close up digiscope of a Mottled Duck. The photos didn't come out quite as crisp as I would like but it's not too bad. I think if I had a different digital camera my results would be better. Still you can see the difference between a closed eye and an open eye in the two below.
The Limpkin below was about 30 feet away. It was perched in a Bald Cypress tree and hard to find at first. With the scope the bird was not quite as shaded as it appeared at first glance.