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Galveston Shrimp Boat Harbor Birds
The Galveston shrimp boat fleet docks at Pier 20 in the Galveston harbor.
Numerous birds congregate there as the shrimp boat culling process produces a lot of extra fish
which are thrown overboard into the harbor.
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Shrimp boats in the harbor attract plenty of birds.
A pair of brown pelicans swim about.
Talking it over.
I'm taller than you are!
A cormorant shows the size of the one that got away.
The "stag" line.
Finding a silver eel for dinner.
A snowy egret guards a shrimp boat.
A bit of grooming is in order.
A bit more grooming never hurts.
All cleaned up and ready to party.
A good way to dry your wings.
Another meal on the way down.
The brain trust talks it over.
These wings sure seem to get in the way sometimes.
Pondering his next move.
A blue heron surveys the scene.
Waiting for the party to start.
That's all for now folks
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