Nice photos. I have been seeing a single adult DC cormorant on Lake St. Clair off and on the last few days. I can’t tell if there are more in the trees that I can’t see. They start out every Spring in great numbers (around 60) when the trees are bare but the adults usually go north to breeding grounds and juveniles stay here. This may be the last straggler. Unfortunately, hunting them is legal in Michigan now, so I expect their numbers to decrease.
> On Sep 5, 2019, at 4:14 PM, Jack Smiley <jackrsmiley...> wrote:
> Two juvenile Double-crested Cormorants have been spending quite a bit of time at the small pond across the road from the Conservancy Farm.
> They were there at 3:45 pm today, as well as around noon. I'm told that they been seen the last couple of days as well.
> I wish i had a better camera, but it's relatively easy to photograph them while sitting in a car on Vreeland Road.
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