Friday, May 29, 2009

Double crested cormorants in roost

Journal entry: May 28, 2004 – Wood County Wildlife Area

The double crested cormorant are one of the most adaptable birds in the great swamp, they can fly, swim, dive and nest in trees or on the ground in and around the uplands and wetlands. These magnificent birds can keep the keenest bird watcher guessing.

Double crested cormorants roosting - Wood county wildlife area

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