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    Travis AFB Fauna and Flora [Image 20 of 33]

    Travis AFB Fauna and Flora

    TRAVIS AFB, CA, UNITED STATES

    01.13.2017

    Photo by Heide Couch 

    60th Air Mobility Wing Public Affairs

    A Double-Crested Cormorant spreads its wings to absorb the sun’s warmth at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Jan. 13, 2017. The cormorant is a common visitor to the Duck Pond on base. During the breeding season, this diving bird sports an impressive pair of fringes over each eye. Travis is host to many kinds of wildlife, including threatened or endangered species. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Heide Couch)

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    IMAGE INFO

    Date Taken: 01.13.2017
    Date Posted: 01.25.2017 14:14
    Photo ID: 3123116
    VIRIN: 170113-F-RU983-0021
    Resolution: 3600x2555
    Size: 4.46 MB
    Location: TRAVIS AFB, CA, US

    Web Views: 6
    Downloads: 10

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