Spoonbill Making Trouble

Spoonbill Making Trouble

I have written before how the Spoonbill love to climb around on branches. The can’t help themselves and always want the highest spot.

Spoonbill Making Trouble
Spoonbill Making Trouble
Spoonbill Making Trouble
Spoonbill Making Trouble

Well sorry, it was occupied by a Cormorant.

Spoonbill Making Trouble

Roseate Spoonbills may bite each other a little, but in general they don’t fight much. Cormorants, they do.

Spoonbill Making Trouble
Spoonbill Making Trouble
Spoonbill Making Trouble
Spoonbill Making Trouble

The Cormorant hissed right back at the Spoonbill in a clear warning.

Spoonbill Making Trouble
Spoonbill Making Trouble

Once he warned the pink bird he went about his business of scratching. The Spoonbill did not impress him at all.

Spoonbill Making Trouble
Spoonbill Making Trouble

Eventually the ‘tough guy’ climbed around in the other direction.

 

7 thoughts on “Spoonbill Making Trouble”

    1. 😀. While I am a photographer first, I just can’t help but give a blow by blow description most of the time.
      I remember a text on the value of stories/documentation with photography. No information will ultimately make your work less interesting over time. While I have no memory of yesterday’s lunch…this I can almost quote. Damn scary 😳

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