They come in the spring and fall on their way to migration territory. They send a scout a week ahead of time. When you see one, you know that others will be coming within a week or ten days. They usually stay a couple of days to rest up. Sometimes just overnight. Just one of the benefits of the Lake!
Thursday, April 10, 2008
Pelicans at Lake Wabaunsee
The pelicans have arrived at Lake Wabaunsee (WB):
Photo Courtesy of Linda Craghead
Linda is kept informed about the fun happenings at the lake by George Brown, a Lake WB resident, who happens to be her former high school principal from South Central Kansas (Harper County). A quote from George Brown regarding the pelicans:
See you in the Kansas Flint Hills! ;-)