Anhinga Drying it's Wings

wolftinz

Sodus, NY, United States

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The Anhinga, unlike other diving birds, has no oil on it’s feathers and has to dry it’s feathers before it can fly again. It is also known as “the snake bird” because it swims with it’s body submerged and with only it’s long neck and head showing is often mistaken for a snake when seen at a distance.

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