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Pelican Trail

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

An American White Pelican creates a wake across the sill, dusk-darkened waters of the Yellowstone River. Typically associated with coastal habitats, the White Pelican prefers remote, fresh water inland rivers and lakes. Each bird will eat up to four pounds of fish per day and will catch its prey by swimming as opposed to diving like its Brown Pelican relative.

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