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Pelican eating its young? #15444
05/21/08 12:33 PM
05/21/08 12:33 PM
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glamson Offline OP
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Of course she really isn't. In fact it's the other way round. It's chick season again out at the San Diego wild animal
park again and this White-backed Pelican mother is letting her chick feed.



The White-breasted Cormorants were also the proud parents of a couple of fluffy chicks.


Re: Pelican eating its young? [Re: glamson] #15445
05/21/08 11:39 PM
05/21/08 11:39 PM
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Hey George,

This is a great series - really all of them are pretty cool. The 2nd of the 3 is my favorite in the series.

James

Re: More Pelicans.... [Re: James Morrissey] #15446
05/23/08 08:05 PM
05/23/08 08:05 PM
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Hey Guys,

This was a 'grab shot' that I had the opportunity to take while photographing the elephant seals. I have never seen anything like it. I know the light is a bit harsh, but I still really like this shot. I am still curious to know what that dark spot in the water was...sigh, just when I felt safe to go back in the water. :P

Cheers,
James


Re: More Pelicans.... [Re: James Morrissey] #15447
05/24/08 12:30 AM
05/24/08 12:30 AM
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George,

Great series. I like the second shot a lot.

Jim,

Nice Pelicans; I don't know what the dark spot is, but I suspect a Loch Ness monster, only without the Loch and without the Ness.


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