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Trees without leaves 2

Posted by
ursulakatariina (Ed, Sweden) on 29 August 2014 in Animal & Insect.

This is a closer look of the island where the cormorants live.
The trees have lost their leaves because the great cormorants' droppings kill the trees where they live.


Canon EOS 70D 1/160 second F/22.0 ISO 640 200 mm

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Oiva from Turku, Finland

Beautiful but so sad, because the birds ruin the beautiful trees, they do not recover ever!:-))))))))))))))))) Haleja.

Happy Friday,for both of you!

29 Aug 2014 5:14am

@Oiva: It's not the birds fault, it's us humans who have changed the nature with different ways to make animals to move different areas where they normally are.

Jypyä Pop from Turku, Finland

Fortunately, not all evil, just need to blame people.

29 Aug 2014 5:18am

@Jypyä Pop: Yeah, people are the worst thing this earth needed.

Shaahin Bahremand from Tehran, Iran

beauty framing

29 Aug 2014 6:23am

@Shaahin Bahremand: Thank you.

Devi from Chennai, India

It is sad...wish the trees start sprouting leaves:)

29 Aug 2014 11:46am

@Devi: I wish that too but they seem to be lost for ever.

Uistnomad from North Uist, United Kingdom

Looks an interesting place to visit

29 Aug 2014 5:03pm

@Uistnomad: We only went past this island - it's a tiny one and only the birds live in there.

Ruthiebear from Titusville, NJ, United States

THose are large birds to sit on the treetops. Kind of sad how it kills the trees.

29 Aug 2014 7:54pm

@Ruthiebear: Yeah, I remember how surprised I was when I first heard they live on the treetops, they are so big! It is sad that the trees die but the birds just have to live somewhere too.

L'Angevine from Angers, France


30 Aug 2014 7:28am

@L'Angevine: merci

Canon EOS 70D
1/160 second
ISO 640
200 mm