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Cormorant

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Monday May 7, 2012

Bristol, RI (Current Weather Conditions)

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2. newenglandlight
5:41 PM GMT on May 09, 2012
Thanks Hanna! We don't see too many of these around here. It's a shame when one species threatens another, but I guess that's when humans need to step in.
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1. hannabanana
4:35 PM GMT on May 08, 2012
Beautiful shot! The cormorant is considered a nuisance bird here and they've just begun a "hazing" program to keep them away while hundreds of thousands of young salmon make their way toward the ocean.
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