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I am sitting here on a slow Friday night processing photos, from what now has become two months ago, and going ........ Oh Wow! This was when... and that was…

I really enjoy the challenge and rewards of photographing wild birds. I have been nowhere better than Sri Lanka for doing so. The bird life there is very rich…

Continuing my recent sunset theme, here's a pelican on sunset at Little Beach, Port Stephens, New South Wales.

This past Spring was a great time to photograph birds on the Bolivar Peninsula. While there is a large variety of species it is the pelicans and the raptors…

Did you know that brown pelicans dive head first for their prey from as high as 60' above water? They're also not afraid to ask for a hand out. So if you're out…

Pelicans often follow the ferry which runs between Galveston and Port Bolivar Texas. Fish and shrimp rise to the waters surface as the boat's propeller turns.…

No ship pictures today thanks to Green Peace for shutting down the Port of Houston so let's enjoy some pelicans instead.

Standing on the pier in Naples and watching the pelicans dive for their food is fascinating. Pelicans are very well taken care of in Florida and their…

The Brown Pelicans along the Texas Gulf Coast are among my favorite birds to photograph and as they fly over they're always keeping an eye on the people below. …

While I enjoy photographing all birds the brown pelican is by far my favorite. Majestic in flight and comical while perched what's not to love about these…
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