This was at a campsite in Georgia. Or maybe it was Alabama.
The spillway for this dam in Georgia was like a smorgasbord for birds. I don't have a picture of the crowds but they were grouped on every surface. I have never seen so many blue herons, cormorants, and turkey vultures in one place. Not sure what a lot of the other birds were.
Bob watched a blue heron catch a fish only to have it stolen by a cormorant which then was chased by two other cormorants trying to steal it from the first. The blue heron stood there serenely the whole time, like blue herons do.
Cormorants I think
Just a few of the turkey vultures
When we got to the Gulf of Mexico in Florida, we started seeing some different birds:terns, pelicans, pipers, and lots of others I don't know.
These were at Saint Joseph Peninsula State Park.
The heron is at the bottom right, our RV is at the top left.
These were taken from the boat dock at the campground
This one is on the picnic table at our campground at Saint George Island
And we still see birds we see at home. This was also on the picnic table. People must feed them.
And in honor of Thanksgiving, I am including this bird, which I saw on Facebook