Just when a few people told me they were “sick of (my) pelican pictures”, I snapped this bunch of hungry pelicans in a bun fight over a fish. And it looks as through the fish is about to be filleted. But where’s the chips? The seagulls ate those. I supplied the salad and crusty bread. You beauty. Gold Coast, Australia.
This is what you can snap on your next visit to the wonderful Sea World Aquarium on the Gold Coast. An amazing exhibit where you can to see many types of fish. The fish made me hungry – until I spotted the sharks. Queensland, Australia.
This is the pelican of the day, a picture I snapped on the fabulous Gold Coast, (Queensland, Australia). This image has it all; wings, a beak, a skinned fish, feathers and an eye searching for more fish. Hey, ho, you little beauty. What a whopper.
The pelican of the day is enough to put a lump in your throat. Snapped this greedy bastard with a beak full of fish flying over the Gold Coast Broadwater. Queensland, Australia.
An action packed picture picture I snapped of a pelican on the fabulous Gold Coast. Queensland, Australia. Fly away you little beauty!
If you hang about the Gold Coast beaches long enough you are bound to snap a picture of a pelican with a gob full of fish. Queensland, Australia.
I WAS focused on this pelican just in case something happened – you never know what will eventuate. I suppose I was just passing time. As the pelican was looking for a feed, a shag popped up behind it with a fish in its mouth, scaring the hell out of the pelican, which took off like a bat out of hell.
It is usually the other way around. The pelicans watch the shags, and when they surface with a fish, they usually snap the fish from their mouths.