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Aug 12, 2016

Gate-crashing Cormorant

 Photos by BarrytheBirder
I am used to seeing as many as 300 Ring-billed Gulls around a small pond, at a horse farm near my home.   I am at a loss however to understand or believe that there any fish left here for the gulls to catch and eat from the tiny pond.   Now, a black-feathered Double-crested Cormorant has suddenly appeared among the white-feathered gulls.   He stands out quite noticeably and in each of these photos seems to be having lots to say.   They are not common though in this horse-farm area of King Township, well north of Lake Ontario. God only knows what they're all eating. 

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