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Thanx AshishNimkar for the link. Very interesting indeed!
This huge count seen in Ducks and Geese.
nah I couldnt hear nay sound............... so wasnt able to guess!! they were too far away
Hi...Greeneda...You will be more interest in Migration after seeing following image...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Migrat...
They look like rather big birds, could it be grease? Actually you should have listened, maybe you could have guessed the birds better by sound, if they made noise at all.
thank you p.young!!!
I think its a cool photo and I like the city atmosphere in the background, it gives the photo a mood or feeling.
Nevermind. I just downloaded the pic (no worries, will be deleted asap ;)) and zoomed in.The way they are flying in line and the way they are shaped they remind me of Cormorants.They fly by in great numbers so that's my best guess.
Hey Kevin,just crop for example the left corner with the flock there.That might give us an idea.
Compare bird's silhouette shapes. Take zoomed images at maximum clear and check compared shape of bird.
I am not quite sure ashish!!! this is the only shot I have... couldnt get a closeup!!!
Are these Ducks..?
hey nicole... I dont have a close up shot!! but it could be gulls..........
thanx p.young!!! yeah it was a spur of the moment thing, i just happened to look up in the sky and i saw this amazing migratory pattern....
This is a great migrating photo! I think its so cool that they fly in a-V- formation and I have not seen this very often.Good photo!
I'm afraid this could be anything from Cormorants to Gulls.Do you have anything closer to the birds?Or can you crop a portion, so we can see the birds up closer?
Lat: 25.28, Long: 51.52
Spotted on Nov 15, 2010 Submitted on Jul 29, 2011