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These Beautiful Feathered Friends of San Remo

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Nature’s prime favourites were the Pelicans; 
High-fed, long-lived, and sociable and free. James Montgomery

This is a cute Boomerang shot of the pelicans ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

San Remo is the entrance to the seaside town of Phillip Island. Every day at 12 noon, the local pelicans arrive at the San Remo pier for their lunch time feed. For about 30 minutes young and old alike flock to the jetty to get up close and personal to these wonderful creatures. This is for Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – Shadow and for Which Way Photo Challenge

These pelicans are wild birds so people are not allowed to go very near them especially the kids as they might nibble on your fingers.

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