Interesting birds and very interesting positions for their nests.
Never heard of these before. Love their red eye patches.
I saw a film on these birds a few weeks ago and it was very interesting. Diane
Interesting birds and nesting sights. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
A new bird species for me also. Many thanks for enlightening me.
Terrific shot JM!
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WOW very different & Interesting the way they nest on the shelf--
An absolutely wonderful shot, so like a painting.You have such a beautiful blog!
They look so content. I love how the rocks turn from black to white right where the Cormorant shows up to provide the perfect contrast.
How exciting to get that close to a breeding colony of this marine bird. Great shot!
I remember the nesting area well. I am sure it wasn't easy getting this photo!
Cormorants are such social creatures. So many nests so close together.
FASCINATING...!! Their nests are almost sculptured....Gorgeous!!!SUPERSHOT!!ciao ciao elvira
Nice shot showing this aspect of the Cormorant's life!
Amazing bird, amazing location! You hint at some teriffic adventures with your eclectic images and signature locations. Tierra del Fuego! I remember the sound of the name from geography class 50 years ago. Thanks for taking me there! JM you are a treasure.
The cormorant build their nests very similar to the Manyatta hut with twigs,dung or mud. Very resourceful creatures we are.
It is a wonder the eggs don't roll off the edges. Neat shot. MB
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