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Sólo un pelícano que come patos Esta inusual imagen nos muestra a un porrón común (Aythya ferina) intentando escapar de un pelícano.

Pelican eating a duck, apparently trying to create some sort of maritime turducken.

Taken at St James's Park, London. The pelicans live on Duck Island in the middle of the park. There have been pelicans here since 1664 when they were given as a gift from the Russian ambassador.

Taken at St James's Park, London. The pelicans live on Duck Island in the middle of the park. There have been pelicans here since 1664 when they were given as a gift from the Russian ambassador.

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Pelicans dining out!

Wood Sandpiper, Kruger National Park

Wood Sandpiper, Kruger National Park

Pheasant-tailed jacanas breed in India, SE Asia and Indonesia, and have been recorded as vagrants in Australia. (Prasanna AV)

“All dressed up” Pheasant-tailed jacanas breed in India, SE Asia and Indonesia, and have been recorded as vagrants in Australia.

Big mouth, Pelican near Monkey Mia | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

"Up Close and Personal/Pelican" - Thanks to Karen Harrison, who previously pinned this to the most generic of my bird boards.

Cute baby ostriches

I don't think I have ever seen a picture of a baby ostrich. So cute - seven chicks with their mother!

Mamãe  tá  aqui!.

Red Crowned barbet feeding berries to nestling, bracket fungus on palm bark

Pelican perspective - Bence Máté - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011 : Eric Hosking Portfolio Award - Winner

(English) National Wildlife photography award - fish eyed lens - it's one pelican's pouch as it enlarges to catch a thrown fish. And here's me thinking jellyfish and pelicans had evolved a whole new relationship!

Feeeed......Meeeee by ernieleo

Meeeee by ernieleo

The Dalmation pelicans in Northern Greece fish on their own, steal some fish from the cormorants and also try to capture some fish when the nets from the local fisherman are emptied. www.insightintonature.com

Photograph by Jan van der Greef.

Least Tern with chick. Terns are birds that are normally found near the sea, rivers or wetlands & typically breed in noisy colonies and lay their eggs on bare ground with little or no nest material. However, the marsh terns construct floating nests from the vegetation in their wetland habitats, and a few species build simple nests in trees, on cliffs or in crevices.  The sexes are identical in appearance, but young birds are readily distinguishable from adults.

Birds: Tern mother and chick

Vulnerably delicate...so tiny...

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Hummer and chick

Hummingbird feeding babies in her nest - super cool considering how small the hummingbird is

Dont u dare call me a blue footed boobie. I don't care if my feet are freakin blue!

"Don't you step on my blue suede shoes" (Blue Footed Booby) So cute it almost looks like he is looking at his feet :)

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