In yesterday’s article, White-breasted Cormorants at San Diego Zoo I mentioned that we had never seen these before. When it posted, at the bottom of the article, it loaded the Latest Challenge of Zoo Photography which was taken at Lowry Park Zoo. I have added an Update to yesterday’s article.
But now that I look at the two of them together, it does make me wonder if they are the same species.???
They both have that beautiful green eye, but their little patch of color below the eye is different. Huh?
Interesting. They may come from different parts of Africa or it could be their ages or sex. If you know, drop a comment.
As James tells us, we are to admit when we mess up. It was unintentional.
Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much. (James 5:16 KJV)
At least it gave me something to write about today! :)
(By the way, if you wonder why I don’t have the smiley faces turned on, it is because I use so many “(” and “)” that they get turned into faces. I need the quotes for the names of the birds more than I need smileys. :)
what a pretty bird. love those water birds. they hold a special place in my heart for some reason. tho i do like all birds however.
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Thanks, Roberta. I sure enjoy watching them. We see plenty of water birds in this area. With over 600 lakes in our county, they are seen often.