American White Pelicans congregating at Sunset Bay on White Rock Lake.
Wikipedia has this to say about American White Pelicans:
Apart from the difference in size, males and females look exactly alike. Immature birds have light grey plumage with darker brownish nape and remiges. Their bare parts are dull grey. Chicks are naked at first, then grow white down feathers all over, before moulting to the immature plumage.
|Date||–||Oct 27, 2007|
|Time of Day||–||Afternoon|
|Type of Behavior||–||Congregating|
|Main Article||–||American White Pelican||Observation Location|