White marshmallows in the gulf

In early November I headed out to Fort Desoto late in the day. I rarely go late in the day but it had been nasty that morning and then the sky cleared up. I was hoping to see the white pelicans again before they took off for another spot in the state to spend the rest of the winter. They were still out on the spit but this time most of them were on the sand instead of in the water. It looks like they were winding down for the day and getting ready for bed.

Zooming in, I could see many of them already starting to sleep. One by one they were starting to plop down on the sand.

A few were still stretching and preening.

Some were still taking that late day bath.

They all looked pretty fat and happy but looks could be deceiving. Hopefully that’s they case and they are all filling up on fish during their short stay.

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