Profile of a snowy egret.
Junenile black-crowned night heron.
Why is this bird acting so looney? Probably because it is a Pacific Loon.
Multiple exposures of a Common Merganser, flapping her wings.
A juvenile black-crowned night heron. Photo was taken at dusk with flash.
A Black skimmer. Now, how do you suppose this bird got its name?
A juvenile Cooper's Hawk spotted along the trail on the mesa.
So, whose "tern" is it? A mother Forster's Tern feeds her young.
A Great Blue Heron at lunch time.
A close-up head shot of a Brown Pelican.
Two Great Blue Herons, just prior to building their nest together. The branches in front obstructed the view. See the next photo in this gallery for the results of a quick fix in Photoshop.
In this photo, I have removed the branches that were obstructing the view of these Great Blue Herons. (See prior photo in this gallery.)
A small fish popped out of this Brown Pelican's mouth just as I took this shot.
If you've seen the movie Finding Nemo, then you'll recognize those two characters in the pelican's mouth.
A White Pelican in flight near the bridge.
A White Pelican coming in for a landing.