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1025.8 #145 DL Qual #241 11-5-12 2:21PM
Any bird aficionado know what kind this is? Saw it while on Tom Sawyers island.
I have no clue so I'm going with Blue-footed Booby. - LaneSparrow316   847.0 #177 11-5-12 2:31PM Like(3)  Reply
*giggle* You said booby *giggle* - LBChica  2008.5 #58 11-5-12 2:32PM
😂😂😂you would. That looks slippery too! - SueBayou  2019.4 #57 11-5-12 2:33PM
Slippery booby? - Armenda  1135.5 #123 11-5-12 2:34PM
I think they are mostly white with some grey and obviously blue feet. - KermitFan13  644.1 #257 11-5-12 3:51PM
You are probably right. However, my first guess still stands. - LaneSparrow316  847.0 #177 11-5-12 4:08PM
Looks like a Double Breasted Cormorant. That's what matches closest in my Audubon Field Guide to N. American Birds (yes, I'm a dork) - ShariRenee   4125.1 #22 11-5-12 3:06PM Like(2)  Reply
Nice! At least someone looked it up =) - mousejedi  306.4 #767 11-5-12 3:15PM
Thanks plus they are known to frequent Rivers of America. - ShariRenee  4125.1 #22 11-5-12 3:19PM
Thanks! - JenInWonderland  1025.8 #145 11-5-12 3:57PM
No kitty THAT'S A BAD KITTY! 😡 - Tom   6745.8 #9 11-5-12 4:25PM Like(1)  Reply
I saw them a couple months ago. Was wondering the same thing. - Chumash28   974.1 #154 11-5-12 2:29PM Like  Reply
It's yellow throated pelican. - madsdad   1800.8 #68 11-5-12 2:32PM Like  Reply
Well let's narrow it down here. Is this a duck or some kind of sea bird? I can't tell (mostly because of the shape of the beak). Usually sea birds have that hooked beak, while duck beaks are more flat and rounded at the end. - JRDrummer_CM   875.4 #170 11-5-12 2:37PM Like  Reply
That's a turkey. - chris.   2510.4 #41 11-5-12 2:42PM Like  Reply
gobble - mousejedi  306.4 #767 11-5-12 2:57PM
🐓 - philliprocks   837.3 #179 11-5-12 2:44PM Like  Reply
I think it might be a kingfisher. We have a few of them that live on property. - lostgirl7988   692.4 #230 11-5-12 2:55PM Like  Reply
Could be a black cammorant not sure on spelling... Tons in Monterey - DisneyNorm   1338.3 #95 11-5-12 3:03PM Like  Reply
Hi bird - HandMeAChurroImmaFaint   3976.7 #24 11-5-12 4:18PM Like  Reply
I wouldn't know but it's neat to see! - SThooray   6.3 #12769 11-5-12 4:23PM Like  Reply