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Bisected pelican arm bones of the Oxford Museum of Natural History

Here are the humerus and ulna of a pelican, bisected:

What we’re seeing here is the top third of each bone: humerus halves on the left, ulna halves on the right, in a photo taken at the… 137 more words

Stinkin' Theropods

Birds of Ulladulla and Mollymook

Some of the birds seen during a few days break at Ulladulla and Mollymook on the NSW South Coast.

Image © R.Powell 239 more words


Resting American White Pelicans

We had seen a few White Pelicans in the air earlier in the morning so weren’t too surprised to see them resting on the ground at the edge of a pond and happily stopped to see so many. 115 more words


Golden Light

The light was wonderful yesterday afternoon on the Gold Coast. As I gazed longingly at the golden water wondering how I was going to snap a picture, this pelican flew in to catch some fish. You beauty. Queensland, Australia.



“A bird like him, never dies.” Fingerbone Bill, Storm Boy

Pelican, Kangaroo Island, Australia

When I was a child, the book Storm Boy was a favourite read. 105 more words


Lovely birds!

Good Morning – the birds today are brought to you from the archives ( I missed draw a bird day on the 8th). The raptor in Red has always been one of my favorites. 13 more words

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