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. ... More »

The kinds of animals that live in wetlands include a wide variety of birds, fish, frogs, reptiles and mammals. The specific species of animals that are found in wetlands are determined by the wetland's location. For exam... More »

Louisiana is home to a wide variety of wild animals that inhabit its wetlands, forests and swamps. It supports mammals such as bears, wolves, coyotes, deer, panthers, otters, foxes, raccoons, rabbits, wild pigs and beave... More »

Common birds that dive from the air include gulls, pelicans, gannets and terns. Birds that dive from the surface of the water include loons, grebes, cormorants and certain species of ducks. Penguins are also divers. More »

The coyote eats pelicans, as do cats and humans. Smaller mammals and birds, such as skunks, sea gulls and wild cats hunt for juvenile pelicans. Humans are also predators of the pelican, hunting them for their feathers an... More »

A group of pelicans is called a pod. When pelicans are in groups for breeding, they are in colonies and generally come together on islands. More »

A list of aquatic birds includes penguins, auks, puffins, ducks, geese, swans, loons, grebes, herons, egrets, cormorants, phalaropes, plovers, avocets, curlews, godwits, ruddy turnstones, yellowlegs, redshanks, sanderlin... More »