(1) Among the nearly 200 species found here are thicket tinamou, brown pelican , osprey, king vulture, and laughing gull.(2) It's known, however, that species ranging from pelican to ducks and waders are caught for consumption.(3) The white pelican , however, is a threatened species.(4) Two celery glasses made for them have the same pelican imagery engraved above a wide band of diamonds and diagonal blaze cuts.(5) Unfortunately, since ancient times, it has been the male pelican that has been said to wound himself in this way, and the pelican has thus always been a symbol of paternal sacrifice.(6) The pelican is a symbol of self-sacrifice, and a Masonic symbol of resurrection!(7) When the grey pelican scooped up the group of goslings, two of them were caught by the huge bird.(8) This act of self-vulning, in which the female pelican pecks blood from her chest to feed her young, symbolizes Christ feeding the faithful.(9) The white pelican of North America is a large, web-footed bird with an enormous throat pouch for scooping up fish.(10) While relaxing at a harbor-side lunch table, you can watch pelicans and fishing boats.(11) The water birds hovering around the lake include pelicans , spoonbills, Egyptian geese and hammerkops.(12) Once again it's possible to see 20,000 American white pelicans or 500,000 ducks in a single day.(13) There are also flies whose larvae develop only in the tracheal passages of red kangaroos and lice that live in the throat pouches of cormorants and pelicans .(14) In Florida, populations of pelicans , egrets, spoonbills, and other water birds were suffering from pressure by commercial market hunters.(15) In this lagoon, brown pelicans , double-crested cormorants, great and snowy egrets, and numerous terns and gulls forage for fish and other items of food all day long.(16) Black swans, pelicans , white faced heron and mullet jumping out of the water were some of the attractions that were snapped by the budding photographers.