Harbor Bird Pictures

I was recently on Ocracoke Island in North Carolina. This island marks the southern most end of what is called the Outer Banks. The busiest part of the island happens to be around a fairly good sized harbor. And where there's a harbor there are harbor birds.

While enjoying the laid-back atmosphere of the island, I took the opportunity to take some bird pictures. As you might imagine, the inhabitants are gulls and pelicans. My favorite picture is the silhouette of the pelican at sunset.

Birds Out on the Water
Birds Out on the Water
Pelican on Wooden Post
Pelican on Wooden Post
Pelican Flying
Pelican Flying
Seagull at Marina
Seagull at Marina
Silhouette of Pelican
Silhouette of Pelican
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2 Comments

  1. I love the sea gull picture. we have these same gull's here in Texas, they are called "Turns"

    • We are using these pictures to teach us nd our African Gray pictures of these birds to teach him possible birds of prey that might hurt him. Thank You

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