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White Pelican

One of the largest birds in North America, with a 9-foot wingspan. Similar to Brown Pelican in shape but much larger, and very different in habits: Occurs far inland, feeds cooperatively in shallow lakes, does not dive from the air for fish. 22 more words


Competitive Eating

These are some of the group of white pelicans we had in the marsh last week.

Here, one of the pelicans eats a big dinner while his friends look on enviously. 47 more words

Wildlife Photography

White Pelicans Arrive....And Arrive

For the past couple of days we have had a group of eight American White Pelicans hanging around in the marsh area.

They are usually there if you check first thing in the morning but then they go somewhere, (none of us knows where) for portions of the afternoon before returning again for the evening. 56 more words

Wildlife Photography

The almost usual stuff at the lake.

White pelicans who should have been north by now. They were still hanging around central Florida in May.

Ibis flyby.

The beautiful black neck swans were nesting. 60 more words

Bird Photography


Four white pelicans

A rarity in these parts

Stood out from the crowd



Finding Birds: Migration 2015

If reading about birds bores the heck out of you, the next four posts are going to put you to sleep. I’ll see you readers in about a week. 326 more words

Author: Jeanne

Morning photo: Critters!

Spring wildlife in Colorado

White pelicans at the shore of Dillon Reservoir.

Not your average city park squirrel, this little mammal looks downright ferocious — for a squirrel. 210 more words