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Voracious in it’s apettite, a White Pelican can put away a lot of fish before retiring for the day and just groom they’re plummage before night falls.
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Great timing for you & the pelican, Franklin, but the fish was a bit slow! LOLSuper shotj
Hi jesika. If it weren’t for fish in the world, we would all starve, but poor fish indeed…lol
– Franklin Lindsey
Great shot Frank!!
Lucky you! Awesome shot!
you get this recently Frank?
Yes, why I took this today, Oct 31st. They just arrived here from up north, less than a week now. You should start seeing them here until perhaps late March.
BLOOOP!!!! And down ’e goezzz!!!! GEEEEEZE what a GREAT capture!!!!! WHEW baby … talk about your timing!!!!!! Incredible, Franklin!!!!!!! My compliments!!!!!!!! Faved for sure!!!!
Thanks Edyta, but you Aussies have a breed of your own there I would also love to photograph. They have huge features, look almost like a Disney cartoon..lol You should have fun if you run into them there for sure….
ah, just wonderful, excellent tining
Franklin , I wish we had these pelicans here, I never see them so I don’t believe they are in this part of the state. Love this photo nice capture !
Hi Karen. I know what you mean. When I first saw them at Ding Darling on Sanibel Island it was from afar. When I found out they were landing behind some fishery nearby here I was flabbergasted and ever since I’ve been photographing them. You can also find them up at Blackpoint refuge at Cape Canaveral in the winter and early spring.
Fabulous catch Franklin! Well, maybe not a catch for you but for the pelican lol Great capture :)