I took this shot of Dalmatian Pelicans from a small boat in Shkodra Lake, Albania.
Dalmatian Pelican (Pelecanus crispus) is one of the largest pelican species in the world and is found primarily in parts of Europe and Asia. One of the most important breeding grounds for this species is in the Shkodra Lake, which is located on the border between Albania and Montenegro.
Shkodra Lake is one of the largest lakes in the Balkans, and it provides an important habitat for a variety of bird species, including the Dalmatian Pelican. The lake is a crucial feeding and breeding ground for the pelicans, and it supports one of the largest populations of this species in Europe.
In recent years, efforts have been made to protect and conserve the Dalmatian Pelican population in Shkodra Lake. These efforts have included the establishment of a protected area for the pelicans, as well as the implementation of measures to reduce human disturbance and prevent the destruction of nesting sites.
Dalmatian Pelican is considered to be a vulnerable species, and the conservation efforts in Shkodra Lake are crucial for ensuring the survival of this majestic bird.
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