The Cormorant

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Lakeland
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I am always captivated by the azure eyes of the cormorant, and notably against the bright orange coloration around the bill. To someone not used to trekking the wetlands, this bird can sometimes be mistaken for anhinga, notably from a distance, due to the way it holds its wings in a cross-like formation. But upon closer inspection, one will find that they appear quite different. Through wildlife & conservation photography, I attempt to educate and inspire the public towards earth-centric stewardship.
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January 31, 2019