Category Archives: Cormorants

Foggy Soggy

Fog was settled in at Lewes harbor this morning. Gulls and cormorants lazed around on pilings seemingly waiting for the sun. I liked the many lines that popped out in the fog and on the water.

Also posted in gulls, Scenics, Spring 2011

Double-crested Cormorant

Perhaps the Paul Newman of the bird world, Doublu-crested Cormornats have distintive blue eyes. I like the way this guy’s neck twisted as it scanned the water.

Also posted in Winter 2011

Double-crested Cormorant

There was a nice lineup of Double -crested Cormorants sitting on pilings at sunset the other night.  All was well and good until one took it upon its self to try to start a game of musical pilings.  The one I was shooting held its ground despite the scary wing waving tactics of the intruder.



Also posted in summer

Double-crested Cormorant

This Double-crested Cormorant took a few minutes in the morning sun to warm his wings and think about where to find the next meal. 


Also posted in Spring

Cormorant Friends, January 17


Also posted in Winter 2008