A Double-crested Cormorant With A Mouthful

This Double-crested Cormorant was at the Charleston City Lake here in Arkansas. Several of them moved up close to the dam and were catching fish with just about every dive. I park next to the boat ramp and dock and I’m photographing from my vehicle so these birds are close. I was able to photograph them for two mornings catching fish in this place. I went back yesterday morning but it was windy and cold and they were not up by the dam. I will be heading back this morning with my fingers crossed that they will be active.

A Double-crested Cormorant With A Mouthful Photo

A Double-crested Cormorant With A Mouthful at the Charleston City Lake

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5 Responses to A Double-crested Cormorant With A Mouthful

  1. Maria Rosa says:

    What a beautiful photo capture!!. That is so amazing the large fish they can catch and swallow.

  2. Barbara says:

    What a mouthful – great photo – you are wonderful for catching wildlife doing interesting things Steve. Well done!

  3. I love the amazing things we get to see in nature, thanks for sharing this great shot!

  4. David says:

    Wow, that is an amazing shot, what perfect timing!

  5. Julie G. says:

    What a sight! Awesome photograph, Steve! I’m always surprised that they can get such large fish down their throats.

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