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This species will nest on the ground when no suitable trees are available. Pelicans are very large birds with very long bills characterised by a downcurved hook at the end of the upper mandible, and the attachment of a huge gular pouch to the lower.
The slender rami of the lower bill and the flexible tongue muscles form the pouch into a basket for catching fish, and sometimes rainwater,  though not to hinder the swallowing of large fish, the tongue itself is tiny.
Although they are among the heaviest of flying birds,  they are relatively light for their apparent bulk because of air pockets in the skeleton and beneath the skin, enabling them to float high in the water. The wings are long and broad, suitably shaped for soaring and gliding flight, and have the unusually large number of 30 to 35 secondary flight feathers.
The Australian pelican's bill may grow up to 0. The American white pelican grows a prominent knob on its bill that is shed once females have laid eggs. They rub the backs of their heads on their preen glands to pick up an oily secretion, which they transfer to their plumage to waterproof it.
As the air flows between the wings and the water surface, it is compressed to a higher density and exerts a stronger upward force against the bird above. Agonistic behaviour consists of thrusting and snapping at opponents with their bills, or lifting and waving their wings in a threatening manner.
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This species builds nests in trees. A spot-billed pelican feeding a juvenile in a nest in a tree at GarapaduIndia A nesting colony of Australian pelicans on the coast of New South WalesAustralia: This species nests on the ground.
Pelicans are gregarious and nest colonially. Pairs are monogamous for a single season, but the pair bond extends only to the nesting area; mates are independent away from the nest.
The ground-nesting white species have a complex communal courtship involving a group of males chasing a single female in the air, on land, or in the water while pointing, gaping, and thrusting their bills at each other. They can finish the process in a day.
The tree-nesting species have a simpler process in which perched males advertise for females. Colonies of tens or hundreds, rarely thousands, of birds breed regularly on small coastal and subcoastal islands where food is seasonally or permanently available.
In arid inland Australia, especially in the endorheic Lake Eyre basinpelicans breed opportunistically in very large numbers of up to 50, pairs, when irregular major floods, which may be many years apart, fill ephemeral salt lakes and provide large amounts of food for several months before drying out again.
The male brings the nesting material, in ground-nesting species which may not build a nest sometimes in the pouch, and in tree-nesting species crosswise in the bill. The female then heaps the material up to form a simple structure.
Both parents feed their young. Small chicks are fed by regurgitation ; after about a week, they are able to put their heads into their parents' pouches and feed themselves.
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