28 Free Photos of Coastal Birds

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When we think of the oceans and coastal zones, we usually don't initially think of birds. Yet, once we arrive on the scene, it is very clear that not only are there many kinds of birds, but they are often in great abundance. They make their living in many ways, from digging in the sand for particular animals to skimming across the open ocean hoping for a chance encounter with dinner. Birds range from gifted predators to scavengers, and to thieves. Many birds have adapted well to the ever-increasing human presence in the coastal zones and on the high seas. One always must wonder what seagulls ever did before there were landfills!

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Geese flock, South Haven, Michigan
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Cormorants and gull, LNG facility, Cove Point, Chesapeake Bay, MD

 

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Pelican in flight, Rincon, Puerto Rico
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Pelicans on rock, Rincon, Puerto Rico
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American Bald Eagle in flight, Puget Sound, Washington
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American Bald Eagle in flight, Puget Sound, Washington
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American Bald Eagles in tree, Puget Sound, Washington
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Seagulls at ferry slip, Orcas Island, Washington
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Crow on sign, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
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Seagull on Chimney, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
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Ducks on reflective lake, Shemainus, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
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Seagull on piling, reflections, Shemainus, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
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Seagull looking for dinner, New Bedford, Mass.
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Seagull in flight, New Bedford, Mass.
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Seagull in flight to right, New Bedford, Mass.
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Great Egret hunting, Merritt, Island, Florida
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Pelicans on pier, Merritt, Island, Florida
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Blue Heron on roof Merritt, Island, Florida
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Seagull in flight, Rome, Italy
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Seagull in flight, Tiber River, Rome, Italy
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Mallard duck pair, Tiber River, Rome, Italy
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Ibis in flight, Savannah, Georgia
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Immature green heron, Savannah, Georgia
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Great Heron in flight, Savannah, Georgia
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Cattle egrets in tree, St. Helena Island, South Carolina
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Gull on sign, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
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Mute Swans and brood, Mill Pond, Fairhaven, Massachusetts
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Blue Heron in flight, Mill Pond, Fairhaven, Massachusetts

 

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This page last updated or reviewed in January 2015