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On the Lake with American White Pelicans

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I’m talking, of course, about “my” flock of American White Pelicans. American White Pelicans spend their winter months along the Gulf states, California, parts of Arizona, and Mexico down into Central America. They migrate north through the Western United States, breeding in pockets all the way up through Canada.

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A pelican in the poo pond

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The latest of the “Amado” surprises is the appearance of an American White Pelican. Here is the American White Pelican when it first arrived. The post A pelican in the poo pond appeared first on 10,000 Birds. Despite the size of this pond, I guess at about one acre, it seems to gather a very impressive group of birds.

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Australian Pelicans

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Australian Pelicans – Pelecanus conspicillatus are easily observed at the Broome Poo Ponds as they roost on the banks of the ponds. The Australian Pelicans really can’t be mistaken for any other bird species and most people are familiar with Pelicans throughout the world. Australian Pelicans.

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Saving Pelican 895

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HBO’s new documentary “SAVING PELICAN 895.” Directed by Academy-Award nominee Irene Taylor Brodsky (HBO’s “The Final Inch” and “Hear and Now”) the film is the story of the 895th pelican to be rescued and rehabilitated by a dedicated team of wildlife experts and everyday people, many of whom travel the world responding to oil disasters.

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Pelican Brewing Company: Brut India Pale Ale

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One of these is Pelican Brewing Company of Pacific City, Oregon, with their Fly ‘N Dry Brut IPA, which we have to enjoy this week (thanks once again to fellow 10,000 Birds beat writer Jason Crotty for sending me a can!) Pelican Brewing Company. The post Pelican Brewing Company: Brut India Pale Ale appeared first on 10,000 Birds.

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The Brown and Peruvian Pelicans

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The Brown Pelican and the Peruvian Pelican are closely related and once were considered the same species. They are indeed very similar in all plumage stages, but the Peruvian Pelican is nearly twice as big as its northern counterpart. Brown Pelicans in non-breeding plumage. Peruvian Pelican in non-breeding plumage.

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Kerkini in Winter

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By November nearly all the White Pelicans have gone south (there always a chance of seeing a young bird that has been left behind), but you are certain to see plenty of Dalmatian Pelicans , one of Europe’s rarest birds, but a common resident here. They soon lose the colour as the spring progresses).