Sep 18, 2013

Birds- Wing-drying Anhinga at Everglades

As I have mentioned in my earlier post on Everglades National Park one can sight many alligators and anhingas on Anhinga trail. Anhingas nest on the lower branches and so one could sight the chicks in the nest too! It is a sight to behold ... a wing-drying anhinga stretching its long neck out with its wings spread. 

Lovely huh?

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  1. What a lovely bird! Your photos is just awesome!

  2. It is a lovely shot, Kusum! Have a great day!

  3. Great looking bird - we have a very similar species in Australia.

    With good markets to wander around and parrots to see I think you should visit Australia!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

    1. Yes, I am planning to take up a job in AUS and wander across.

  4. What a beautiful, beautiful image!! I remember the very first time I spotted an Anhinga...I have been in awe ever since.

  5. Hi Love love the way you have shot this beautiful bird.

  6. Agreed with Margaret I too love the way you captured this image, great post

  7. Thanks all of you for your kind words!

  8. Oh I love the ducky feet. You snapped the photo at just the perfect time.. Lovely bird Kusum.. Michelle from Nature Notes..


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