The Double-Crested Cormorant is a prehistoric looking bird that is common around bodies of fresh and salt water in North America. You will often see them standing atop a log or rock with their wings spread open to dry. Their feathers lack the same oils as ducks and other water birds, and do not repel water as easily. Cormorants are experts at diving to catch fish, crayfish and frogs as well as the occasional snake or eel.
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