Soon these Anhinga teenage chicks will look less like white puffballs,
and more like mom and dad.
You can tell which parent is which by the color of their head and neck.
Mom's is brown, and dad's is black. The chicks are still mostly
Bit by bit, the white fluff on their wings turns to black feathers.
At first glance, this is an odd picture. I like the way the chick's
wings look like a heart.
Here papa bird flies back to the nest, and baby bird spreads its wings.
I've run out of decent chick pix, so I'll share a couple that give you
an idea of how large Anhinga are. This Anhinga is looking at a very
large Wood Stork.
is resting behind this wet Anhinga.