Phalacrocorax carbo – Egretta garzetta

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Birdlife biodiversity could be remarkably adaptable even at the most polluted areas like aspropyrgos seaside.
Above an Egretta garzetta (Little egret) trying to face cold weather. Below at the same area two individuals Phalacrocorax carbo (Cormorants) and several Larus ridibundus (Black Headed Gull) among them.

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Aspropyrgos seaside 22/12/2008.

~ by Sterna hirundo on 26/12/2008.

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