Australian Pelican (Pelecanus conspicillatus)

© Grace E. Bryant

Australian Pelican (Pelecanus conspicillatus)

Uploaded: June 16, 2016 23:52:14 | Entered: June 16, 2016 23:58:27

Description

Having never seen the breeding colours before, our usually drab black and white pelicans have now come out of the shadows and are stunning in breeding colours.

Comments

Bonnie C. Lackey June 17, 2016

These are amazing! So different from the American pelicans. #1660879

Grace E. Bryant July 29, 2016

These are only courtship colours in the bill, any other time they are simply black and white. #11499975

Grace E. Bryant July 29, 2016

These are only courtship colours in the bill, any other time they are simply black and white. #11499976

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