Cormorant Roost on Hwy 126  by Chuck Gardner

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I go by these cormorants roosting in an old osprey nest on Hwy 126 were it crosses over Coyote Creek whenever I go into Eugene, Oregon.

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  • Diane Schuster
    Diane Schusterabout 6 years ago

    Chuck what a fantastic shot this is, love the silhouette of the birds and nest!

  • Thank you DD, being a all black bird they are hard to get good detail of when your almost shooting in to the sun. I kind of liked the way this shot turn out after almost deleting it so I posted it. LOL

    – Chuck Gardner

  • robmac
    robmacabout 6 years ago

    A nice black and white portrait Chuck i like it

  • Thank you Rob, my wife Sue and I went to see “Australia” the movie last night, what a beautiful country you live in.

    – Chuck Gardner

  • Carla Wick/Jandelle Petters
    Carla Wick/Jan...about 6 years ago

    these guys are so cool! my son and i saw a whole flock of them up in a tree earlier this winter? took me awhile to realize they WERE corm’s!

  • Thank You Carla, they tend to roost together but I’ve never see the flying in a flock like geese or ducks.

    – Chuck Gardner

  • Dennis Stewart
    Dennis Stewartabout 6 years ago

    Nice one Chuck….you were correct in keeping it……Dennis

  • Thank you Dennis, glad you read what I said to DD. It did turn out better than it was on my cameras LCD screen. LOL

    – Chuck Gardner

  • Kenneth Haley
    Kenneth Haleyabout 6 years ago

    Great effect, Chuck. I really like it!

  • Carla Wick/Jandelle Petters
    Carla Wick/Jan...about 6 years ago

    they were fascinating to watch…there was at least 50 or so? they’d flutter up in small groups and chase others that were still in the trees and everyone would trade places……..

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