African Darter drying Wings

by Cay-Uwe Kulzer
(Germany)

African Darter drying Wings

African Darter drying Wings

Darters, like cormorants, need to dry their plumage after having stayed longer in water for hunting. Therefore the select sunny places to get dried. They also need to take care intensively of their feathers. That is why they spent long time cleaning as well. That is usually a good occasion for photographers to take nice pictures.

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by: Diana

Well, this is a common sight if you are travelling to any water spots. And I actually didn’t have any idea why why they standing like that most of the time. So, thank you for clearing that up.


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