This morning about 9:45 as I was driving Rt 89 along Cass Park, there were
probably 100+ double crested cormorants in two big flocks. I don't think
I'd every seen flocks of cormorants before. It seemed like they were
getting ready to head in a southerly direction.
The flock was very messy, not at all like a goose flock. From a distance I
thought they were crows but when I got under I was able to ID better.

Always interesting to see new things on my everyday drive.

Nancy

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