Pardon me, but are you lost?

Uploaded: April 24, 2017 | Entered: April 24, 2017 18:30:24

Description

The dog park seems to be visited by all sorts of animals, and due to recent flooding, none of them are dogs. Just many different types of birds. The one flying is a crane, the one swimming in the flooded dog park is a very big pelican -- I am not quite sure how a pelican got to Idaho -- that is a very unusual sight.

Comments

Gord MacEachern April 27, 2017

This is great Beth, we don't have pelicans here where I live either!! #1685003

Beth OMeara level-deluxe April 27, 2017

Thanks so much, Gord. It was quite a surprise to see a pelican floating in the foot or so of water that covers the grass. #11587549

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