Young cormorants born, early this spring


This video from Britain says about itself:

Watch the Cormorant and learn how to recognize its unique characteristics. This video captures the Cormorant preparing to fish and identifies the size, shape and distinctive markings of the Great Black Cormorant.

Cormorants can be found in the wild all over the world – there are up to 40 species of Cormorants and Shags. Our Cormorant video is an ideal study guide for students, kids and children who want to learn more about wild animals. Watch the Cormorant as it balances over the UK pond looking for fish.

Translated from Vroege Vogels radio in the Netherlands today:

In the nature reserve Botshol between Abcoude and Vinkeveen the first young great cormorants have been seen. That is extremely early, because normally the egg laying begins around the first week of March.

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