Birds of Different Feathers Flock Together in This SoWal Short Video

January 4, 2015 by Kurt Lischka

On a very special Christmas morning, birds of different feathers flock together on Peach Creek Bayou in South Walton County, Florida. Pelicans, coots, ducks, geese, seagulls, and herons whirl and land, takeoff and circle before landing again.

This phenomenon is amazing to see, it lasts for about 30 minutes and happens a few times a year at sunrise during the short Winter in SoWal. Some of the birds stay behind and linger all day. A dozen or so pelicans hang out all morning being lazy and socializing.



Too Incredible. I live in Louisiana now and I love the beauty of the birds we encounter here. I was born in Florida, so this watching this video made my day. thanks
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