I had never seen an Anhinga before our trip to Florida. I was in awe of these birds!
But I had never watched them dive, and I found it very fun to watch! They stay down for a long time!
Then he's back up!
I don't think he could eat this fish, lol.
And he's back down. . .And back up.
Great series of photos. To be able to follow the bird up and down is really somethingchristina
The underwater shot is amazing!
I feel like I was there... :) Great photography!
Wow - great photos as always Lisa! I loved watching the Cormorants dive in Mexico. They are fascinating; they're fishing machines! I really like the fifth from last photo - you captured wonderful detail there. I love the water on his back!
So cool! I have never seen one of these before!
Awesome series! Especially the ones with the submerged bird. That's something I'd never seen before. I didn't even know they could do that. (though it makes sense that they could).And no, that bird's not gonna eat that Gar (the fish). Maybe the other way around, though. Gar have a nasty wicked set of teeth. And the story I heard (can't confirm or deny) their skins were used at one time to make shields for warriors of various Indian nations in the Southeast. That's pretty much all they're good for though. I hear they make really lousy eating. Truly wretched. Again, can't confirm or deny.
Love the green eyes on them birds! Cool! And the fish! Wowsers!
great shots! I would love to follow you around and see how you get these pictues :)
Wow, the eyes on the cormorant! I'm going to have to get closer to ours to see if we have green eyes, too!Great story you've told with these pictures!
Amazing shots Lisa!!
Love the underwater bird shots!
Beautiful and amazing photos. I love the underwater ones..just amazing!
Amazing indeed! National Geographic should hire you, this was awesome!