Brown Pelican with Fish
This Brown Pelican landed at Natural Bridges State Beach, then proceeded to eat a fish it had caught.
Brown Pelican in Flight
This Brown Pelican, in breeding plumage, was coming in for a landing at Natural Bridges State Beach.
Brown Pelican Landing with Wings Wide Open
Brown Pelican coming in for a landing, wings wide open.
Brown Pelicans, Breeding Plumage
Brown Pelican Landing
As this Brown Pelican came in for a landing, other Brown Pelicans reacted.
Brown Pelican Takes a Step
A couple of Brown Pelicans on the rocks while large waves roll into Natural Bridges State Beach.
Brown Pelicans Touch Beaks
Two Brown Pelicans touch beaks, while among other Brown Pelicans, Brandt's Cormorants and Double-crested Cormorants.
Brown Pelican, Breeding Plumage
One of many Brown Pelicans in breeding plumage at Natural Bridges State Beach.
Colorful Brown Pelicans
A Brown Pelican in colorful breeding plumage lands near another Brown Pelican.
Brown Pelican Just Landed
A Brown Pelican takes a step after landing on the rocks at Natural Bridges State Beach.
Two Brown Pelicans, one Seagull
Two Brown Pelicans in breeding plumage and a seagull realxe on the rocks at Natural Bridges State Beach.
Brown Pelican with Red Pouch Opens Beak
A Brown Pelican in bright red and yellow breeding plumage opens its beak, displaying its large red pouch.
Brown Pelican Displays Pouch
A Brown Pelican opens its beak to reaveal its large pouch near two other Brown Pelicans resting nearby.
Brown Pelican Opens Beak and Displays Pouch
One among many, a Brown Pelican opens its beak, displaying its large pouch.
Pelicans and Cormorants in Santa Cruz
California's central coast with Brown Pelicans in breeding plumage, Brandt's Cormorants and Double-crested Cormorants at Natural Bridges State Beach in Santa Cruz.
Four Pelicans and a Cormorant
Brown Pelicans are a common sight in Monterey Bay, often seen flying low over the water.
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