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Drying wings next to a retention pond Siesta Key, FL
Thanks so much all of you. I took some more pics of this bird this afternoon. He is such a poser and the light on his stump is very nice in the afternoon when I walk Mango. She is such a good birder dog...she just sits and waits quietly for mom to take those pics.
Congratulations Claire!Beautiful series.
Congratulations Claire! Are you sure you didn't use a hair-dryer on him?
Anhingas are really neat birds! Nice job capturing it in photos!
Thank you also to Peter & the Project Noah team. I appreciate the honor.
Thanks so much for your comments...the bird was a good model.
Beautiful spotting and series. Congrats!
congrats!!and this bird is magnificent
stunning series , congratulations on this well deserved sotd!
Here is a shot I recently took at Ding Darling NWR on Sanibel Island, FL.http://www.photoaup.com/Vacation/Sanibel...
Congratulations, Claire, for a most deserved award.
Love the hair-do. Congratulations.
I think there should be a mission for organisms with the same genus and species name like this one: Anhinga anhinga. (I don't really think there needs to be such a mission, but it's a fun idea).
Congrats Claire, what a beautiful photo of this Ahinga! We've chosen it as spotting of the day!"While swimming, an Ahinga's head may be above the surface with its body below. Observers only see the long neck and head. This has resulted in the nickname Snakebird."Facebook: http://facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151...Twitter: http://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/19...
Wow! Thanks everyone.
Anhingas are amazing!
Fantastic pictures ceherzog!
Lat: 27.26, Long: -82.53
Spotted on Apr 16, 2012 Submitted on Apr 16, 2012
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