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For the birds

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By danny malone - Posted on 29 January 2011

Had a chance to fish some new to me area, no luck but what a nice day (friday 1/28) did get a chance to take pictures of flock of birds that keep circling (probably waiting for me to catch a fish but they gave up) If someone can identify what type of birds these are please advise (you'll have to wait untill Ray can attach pictures.)

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CrappieBank's picture

white pelicans that winter and migrate from Utah. They migrate as far south as Everglades National Park. You can observe this species on Columbus Lake from Stennis East Bank at the overlook as you enter. Happy Birding.

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danny malone's picture

tks, i believe you are correct these birds were high in sky above hwy 50 bridge north of columbus, tks danny.

Woods's picture

Danny, them there birds look like Pelican's to me.

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