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Great Cormorant

Phalacrocorax carbo

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5 Comments

EdMarshall
EdMarshall 9 years ago

On this lake you can see them all year round usually. More common around this time of year though. Today I saw roughly 5 or 6 of them in total as opposed to the usual 2 or 3 at other times of the year.

Banstie
Banstie 9 years ago

Are they resident?

Banstie
Banstie 9 years ago

Ah! I think this must be what we spotted on a lake at Colwick Park a few weeks ago? Hadn't got binoculars and photos on phone weren't clear enough to upload.

EdMarshall
EdMarshall 9 years ago

This was on my University's lake, nice to be able to see them so clearly as they usually take shelter further into this island that they are pictured on here

TamaraBrownCarman
TamaraBrownCarman 9 years ago

Nice, I wonder if this is a river (looks like it) or a lake)

EdMarshall
Spotted by
EdMarshall

Nottingham, England, United Kingdom

Spotted on Sep 18, 2011
Submitted on Sep 18, 2011

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