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Double Crested Cormorants

Double Crested Cormorants are somewhat seasonal Winter migrant birds here in The Villages, Florida.  A few do stay all year around though.  These water birds especially like to accompany White Pelicans in their migration from up North.  The cormorants roost in tall trees such as Oaks and Cypress near the water’s edge.

Cormorants often cooperatively hunt with small pods of White Pelicans.  Double Crested Cormorants dive to hunt for fish, frogs, small turtles, and baby alligators in lakes, ponds and rivers as well as fresh and salt water marshes.  Please click on the thumbnail image to see the slightly larger version of the picture.  Enjoy!




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