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Cormorant dries off

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Occasionally, you can see the cormorant in Dodder Park and one was there today drying his wings. He must have been there for at least 25 minutes with his wings stretched out before he took off. The ducks were not bothered by him and he completely ignored them.

2 Cormorant Sep 17

Cormorant giving me a good hard look.

Cormorant air drying his wings.

Cormorant air drying his wings.

Ducks and cormorant tolerate each other.

Ducks and cormorant tolerate each other.

You know the cormorant is nearly finished blow drying his wings when he folds them back in.

You know the cormorant is nearly finished blow drying his wings when he folds them back in.

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Written by SOKNH

September 17, 2009 at 13:46

Posted in 1, Dodder Diary

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