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What a wonderful bird is the Pelican!

What a wonderful bird is the Pelican!

I went to the local Indian Restaurant and tried something different, a Pelican Curry.   It wasn't too spicy, but the bill was enormous.

I went to the local Indian Restaurant and tried something different, a Pelican Curry. It wasn't too spicy, but the bill was enormous.

Who knows Petros the pelican?   Photo by @verovero._   #great_greece #greece #ellada #elladara #griechenland #petros #petrospelican #petrosthepelican #pelicanpetros #pelican #pelicans #pelicanmykonos #mykonospelican #mykonos #mykono #mykonosisland #mikonos #mikono #love #fun #animal

Who knows Petros the pelican? Photo by @verovero._ #great_greece #greece #ellada #elladara #griechenland #petros #petrospelican #petrosthepelican #pelicanpetros #pelican #pelicans #pelicanmykonos #mykonospelican #mykonos #mykono #mykonosisland #mikonos #mikono #love #fun #animal

What a wonderful bird is the pelican, His beak can hold more than his belly can

What a wonderful bird is the pelican, His beak can hold more than his belly can

Media by Bryon Gloden CISSP published December 01 2017 at 12:51AM

December 01, 2017 at 12:49AM

Media by Bryon Gloden CISSP published December 01 2017 at 12:51AM

Dalmatian Pelicans

'Dalmatian Pelicans (Pelecanus crispus) at the Lake Kerkini, Macedonia, Greece.' by Finnish wildlife photographer Jari Peltomäki via the photographer on Wild Wonders of Europe

Our state bird, the pelican can be found near the gulf waters or nesting in trees all around the city!

Pelican - can be found near the gulf waters or nesting in trees all around the city - Florida State Bird

Climb into my mouth if you want to live....

Pigeon gulped down by pelican

Pelican and Friend. So the pelican just woke up and thought, I can host friends in my mouth, let me call a friend.

Australian Pelican (Pelicanus conspicillatus. The pouched bill of the Australian pelican can be up to 50cm (1.5 feet) long. These massive seabirds use a wingspan topping 2.5 meters (8 feet) to glide gracefully, often for hundreds of miles, using thermal updrafts to gain altitude

Australian Pelican, The pouched bill of the Australian pelican can be up to feet) long. These massive seabirds use a wingspan topping meters feet) to glide gracefully, often for hundreds of miles, using thermal updrafts to gain altitude

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