THE DAILY IMAGE - RobinRobinsonMaine

Double crested cormorants on rocks, one of them has its wings spread to dry. In Maine, these birds are very migratory. We only have them in the summer, spring and fall. To see one in winter is rare. They eat fish by diving for them, so need open water. This flock was in The Branch, Small Point Harbor, Phippsburg, Maine

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