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Pelican Brief

Lafayette County wildlife is extremely active this winter due to our above average temps
Lafayette County wildlife is extremely active this winter due to our above average temps

Lafayette County’s wildlife may have paused for Christmas a couple of days ago, but they’re back up to their usual shenanigans and getting themselves ready for a sultry New Years celebration – particularly these Sardis Lake pelicans.

Again, thanks to Dr. TJ Ray for supplying these great shots to HottyToddy.com. And, as always, we encourage our readers to share your photos with us and the rest of the world at HottyToddyPhotos@gmail.com.

All photos courtesy of TJ Ray
All photos courtesy of TJ Ray

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Jeff McVay is a staff writer and graphic designer for Hottytoddy.com. He can be reached at jeff.mcvay@hottytoddy.com. All photos courtesy of Dr. TJ Ray.

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