This white pelican was spotted in the shallows of Snake Bight at Everglades National Park in November 2007. Over the dry winter, salinity in the bay shot up, causing seagrass to die and a decline in fish.
This white pelican was spotted in the shallows of Snake Bight at Everglades National Park in November 2007. Over the dry winter, salinity in the bay shot up, causing seagrass to die and a decline in fish. Joe Rimkus Jr. MIAMI HERALD Staff
This white pelican was spotted in the shallows of Snake Bight at Everglades National Park in November 2007. Over the dry winter, salinity in the bay shot up, causing seagrass to die and a decline in fish. Joe Rimkus Jr. MIAMI HERALD Staff

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