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Dove Alexander springs today. Great place for wildlife. I have seen various things at this site over the years, but today we were rewarded with a few awesome birds, a group of otters, and some giant softshell turtles. I didn't manage to get a pic of the otters, but the birds turns out well
Yeah, thats what I'd guess, but the photo linked above it was for the GBH, so I didn't want to assume. Although I've never seen a GBH submerge itself completely. Thats more Anhinga and Cormorant territory(cormorants have a hook on the end of their beaks though).