This and That Thursday: California Brown Pelican in Flight

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The California Brown Pelican almost disappeared in the 1960s and 1970s.  When DDT usage was banned, the pelican population began to rebound, and now, several decades later, the birds are an icon of coastal California.  All day, the pelicans fly over the water searching for fish and then diving with a large splash into the water to catch their food.  Their flying is smooth, appearing effortless.

Preservation of the beauty around us is important.  You can preserve the beauty around you with photographs of loved ones and beautiful places.  To schedule a portrait session or to purchase fine art photography, contact Crouse Photography today.





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