fish tail still sticking out! One of the things I love about digital photography is that you can blow up your photo and see fantastic details about a bird.
Anhingas often climb out of the water, then they can spread their wings and dry them. They do this because their feathers are adapted to be more wettable than other birds, allowing the Anhinga to submege underwater. Don and I never tire of watching and enjoying all the birds, even the more common ones. Anhingas are easy to see here at Ding Darling NWR.