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White pelican

Pelecanus erythrorhynchos

Description:

Large water bird with a 2 to 3 foot beak with attached pouch; Wingspan of 71 to 84 inches. Predominately white bird with a black trim on the bottom and rear of the wing.

Habitat:

Fresh water inland lake. Single individual flying over Lake Jackson in Sebring Florida.

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3 Comments

ChristyHolland
ChristyHolland 7 years ago

Michael, I think that has been a problem for quite a few members. I'll fix this one and if you send me an e-mail with links to your other spottings, and what mission(s) to remove, I'd be happy to adjust them for you. I think with an upcoming revamp of the program, our problems will be solved, but until that time, I can get them fixed for you. My e-mail is christy10185@yahoo.com. No rush! Thanks!! ;-)

MichaelEdward
MichaelEdward 7 years ago

@ChristyHolland. This is a problem that frequently occurs with my account. I didnt place it in the raptor category and now it is there it will not allow me to remove it. I have a couple of my spottings that even have 6 missions that the software allows. Couple glitches that probably need worked out. If you have a recommendation as to how to fix this I would welcome any suggestions. Thank you.

ChristyHolland
ChristyHolland 7 years ago

Hi Michael! Great series of this magnificent bird! However, it is not a Raptor. Would you please remove it from the Raptors of North America mission? I welcome any other raptor spottings you've got! Thank you!

Mick G
Spotted by
Mick G

Sebring, Florida, USA

Spotted on Mar 25, 2013
Submitted on Apr 7, 2013

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