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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pelican

Pelicans live for 15 to 25 years in the wild, although one reached an age of 54 years in captivity. Feeding. The diet of pelicans usually consists of fish, but occasionally amphibians, turtles, crustaceans, insects, birds, and mammals are also eaten. The size of ...

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Where Do Pelicans Live? Pelicans live on most of the world's coastlines, including the coasts of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Some species of pelicans relocate inland during their breeding time, while others choose to remain on the coasts. Brown pelicans are endangered in North America, but they can typically be found in areas from Maryland ...

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Where do pelicans live? Pelicans usually inhabit warm salt and fresh water. As with most animals, different species of pelican live in different areas of the world. The Brown Pelican is a small pelican that inhabits the Americas. It is one of the most commonly sighted ocean bird in this region. It lives along both coasts of the Americas from ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_White_Pelican

The American white pelican (Pelecanus erythrorhynchos) is a large aquatic soaring bird from the order Pelecaniformes.It breeds in interior North America, moving south and to the coasts, as far as Central America and South America, in winter.

www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Brown_Pelican/lifehistory

Brown Pelicans live year-round in estuaries and coastal marine habitats along both the east and west coasts. They breed between Maryland and Venezuela, and between southern California and southern Ecuador—often wandering farther north after breeding as far as British Columbia or New York. On the ...

www.answers.com/Q/Where_do_pelicans_live

Pelicans live on or near the sea and eat lots of fish. The way they catch fish is to spot them from the air and then dive straight down into the water after them. Their long beaks open up to take ...

www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/birds/group/pelicans

Pelicans do not store fish in their pouch, but simply use it to catch them and then tip it back to drain out water and swallow the fish immediately. The American white pelican can hold some 3 ...

www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/American_White_Pelican/lifehistory

One of the largest North American birds, the American White Pelican is majestic in the air. The birds soar with incredible steadiness on broad, white-and-black wings. Their large heads and huge, heavy bills give them a prehistoric look. On the water they dip their pouched bills to scoop up fish, or tip-up like an oversized dabbling duck.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1t6kZqDguY

Pelicans live on almost all continents near coast lines, where they can feed on fresh water and salt water fish. Look for pelicans near bay areas with advice from a science teacher in this free ...

www.audubon.org/field-guide/bird/american-white-pelican

One of the largest birds in North America, with a 9-foot wingspan. Similar to Brown Pelican in shape but much larger, and very different in habits: Occurs far inland, feeds cooperatively in shallow lakes, does not dive from the air for fish. Despite its great size, a spectacular flier, with flocks often soaring very high in the air, ponderously wheeling and circling in unison.