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Filed under Bosque del Apache, New Mexico birds
Tagged as birding, birds, birdwatching, cormorant, nature, Neotropic Cormorant, New Mexico, NM, photo, photography, wildlife
Nice series of pictures.
Wow! These are awesome!
Thanks Kerry and Steve. I think they’re such interesting looking birds. Love the feather patterns!
Terrific shots Linda. I like the way cormorants wrap their webbed feet around the branches.
They look as if they have black rubber feet, don’t they? Love the way those feet look!
God, these are just gorgeous, Linda!
Fantastic photos Linda!
Thanks Jann, Del, Beverly, and Pat. I love the way these birds look. Somehow they remind me of an Oriental painting.
Wonderful Cormorant series Linda!
Fantastic series, Linda! Cool birds!
Hi and thanks to a new reader! Happy you like the photos.🙂
Great Cormorant images, Linda!! You get AAA+++ rating for these photos!
While cormorants aren’t too popular in parts of Ontario, your photos tell a story of a beautiful bird. Thank you Linda – these are spectacular photographs.
Thanks Debbie, Julie, Cindy and Barbara. I really like the Neotropic Cormorants. They have a very cool, rather Oriental look to them. Very handsome birds!
Awesome photos. Check my blog tomorrow morning. You will be receiving an award.🙂
Well that’s exciting! Happy you like the photos. I consider that a real compliment coming from you.🙂 I always enjoy reading your blog!
Fabulous blog and marvelous images. Nice work!
Not sure how I missed these – but they are STUNNING! WOWZA!
Thanks Robin and Kerri! I love the way these birds look. They look as if they belong in a Asian painting.
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