Right now, I’m so looking forward to seeing these guys again! It isn’t winter; there’s no snow and the temperatures are swinging wildly. This morning we have -14ºC [6.8ºF], and yesterday it was 14ºC [57.2ºF] with very high humidity. Usually, we see the first, few cormorants late March, or early April. They come here, by the thousands, to fish in the Reversing Falls. They’re good at what they do … very skilled fishermen.
The gulls are always hovering, hoping to be able to steal their fish … and sometimes they do.
At times, you can see the occasional cormorant out in the park … by the pond. It looks so funny — as if they were getting away from all the hustle and bustle by the Falls, relaxing with the ducks instead … drying wings, jumping around a little … just enjoying some time off.
It won’t be long now! Cormorants are also great for practicing action photo 😊