Great White Pelican
A very large, white pelican with black flight feathers contrasting with white covertsin flight.
They are found in freshwater lakes, deltas, marshes and swamps.
Often forages in flocks, working cooperatively to encircle prey.
Pelicans feed on fish by dipping their heads into the waer and scooping up the fish. They will sometimes gather in a group to round up the fish.
They normally ground nest in colonies, 2 eggs are normally laid.