Hi, I am a Pelican and many of you wonder why you may see a lot of us hanging out on branches of trees. Many of us nest mostly in coastal waters on trees, and it's so close by the ocean to feed on fish when we get hungry. Our nesting season is from January to October. The female builds the nest with material gathered by the males. The nest is either a simple scrape lined with a few twigs and feathers on the ground, or a large stick nest in a tree.
Our female lay a brood of 2 to 4 eggs each and both parents incubate. They can have nests on the ground or on cliffs. The young are ready to be on their own within 7 weeks and the young will gather in a group while parents may feed them for a while. There are many books about us, please take the time to read about me. We Pelicans sure have an exciting life. Hope to see you one day while we are flying by you or resting or nesting in a tree near you by the water.[the_ad id="61677"]