Tag Archives: Phalacrocorax carbo


Ready !

Although at the time I write this the snowflakes are whirling around the house, this male Cormorant obviously had other things in mind last week. The white feathers on the crown, neck and thigh show that […]

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The Creative Cormorant

A while ago, I had the opportunity to get very close to a Great Cormorant. The bird was totally focussed on preening it’s plumage, maybe that’s why I could get that close without disturbing the […]

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Dutch Dikes

The good things about the dikes (or: levees) that protect below-sea-level farmland, is that – when a road runs alongside – they offer very interesting photo opportunities. In such a situation, one can shoot from […]

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Fall Foliage

Today I didn’t want to go to faraway places, so I just took a short stroll in the forest near my house. At one of the lakes I saw a Great Cormorant, perch on a branch above […]

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