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Catmendo

Late for dinner...

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As usual, finding food for most of God's creatures is a lobor of love and just plain hard work. I've had the pleasure of watching the white pelican foraging for fish for many years and unlike us humans...in most instances pelicans work long and hard for rewards.

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Pelican put on a genuwine feeding spectacle while foraging, but make no mistake their hard work and efforts eventually pay off.

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More times than not, there are those who simply cannot keep a "dinner" engagement on time! Like a typical gate crashes, they simply come crashing in to join the party! The pose this guy is in would make any Bald eagle proud........MOVE OVER!!!!!

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Cool birds, I like the one where they are all heading down for lunch.

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Those are great shots! Really liked the 3rd shot, looks like it's shot in the ocean because of the iceberg floating!

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Those are some great shots. I love watching them at the lake, they are such comical birds.

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Nice pelican shots, I like #3 banking in.

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Great sequence of very interesting behaviors!

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