Entries to Win Afghan


If you like my books, essays, etc. you might want to put your name on this private email list (no spam ever) for advance notices, coupons, and occasional freebies. Tell your friends too! Books Leaving Footprints Newsletter. Previous gifts include a short story, a poem and a half-off coupon for the newest book. Sign up, and don't miss out!"
Winners are: 3rd place- e-book of your choice: Wendy Nystrom. 2nd place- book of your choice, paper or e-book: Sue Ann Crawford. Winner of the afghan: Elaine Hull.

Friday, April 4, 2014

White Pelicans

 
Our day has been non-stop since 8:30 this morning, and tomorrow we drive home. So, I'm just going to show you a couple of pictures of the white pelicans and go to sleep. These are one of my favorite birds. They are huge, with a 9-foot wingspan. They summer in North Dakota, but apparently winter in Alabama.

white pelican

white pelican

white pelican

if you like this blog, click the +1   or

Like This!


5 comments:

Secondary Roads said...

Made me think of the Dixon Lanier Merritt poem (often attributed [wrongly] to Ogden Nash) about the Pelican. Which would also explain why I often refer to those birds as peckicans. If you know the poem, you know why.

Have a safe trip home.

rose of Walk in the Woods, LLC said...

Such fascinating birds ~ and lovely photos ~ thanks for sharing them with us.

Hope you're rested up!

Jean Knill said...

Just caught up with your trip Joan. You've obviously been having some great adventures too.

Lin said...

I like when they dive into the water, head first! Such odd characters!

RNSANE said...

They are the state bird of Louisiana and I always love to see them soaring and diving for fish.

Related Posts Widget for Blogs by LinkWithin