How interesting,I have never seen so many cormorants together!
Me either! I wonder if they're preparing to migrate south...
Nice! Grouped cormorants depend on the species. Here in Monterey, CA, the Brandt's cormorants like to all hang out together and make nests on the rocks, whereas the pelagic cormorants, while just as abundant, prefer their solitude. Double-crested cormorants are the only ones I've ever seen in a tree. I'm guessing in Texas you have different local and migrant cormorant populations than here in CA.
I think you're right that these are double-crested since that's what I've seen at our pond too. :)
I love the silhouettes. Like shadow cutouts.
Post a Comment