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@AlexHenry and @Avery were so generous with their time on the first post today with terrible photos, I'll push my luck with one more set of ridiculous shots.  Seen this morning in Houston at El Franco Lee park far in the distance.

Geese, I assume?  Does the profile allow the species to be identified?

Thanks for any insights, as always.




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Double-crested Cormorants. Neotropic Cormorants have much more compact head/neck profile in flight. These birds appear "front-heavy" due to longer necks and shorter tail, indicated DCCO. NECOs appear much more balanced in flight.

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