Anhingas are one of the more curious birds you'll encounter. We called them snake birds when I was growing up for their ability to swim mostly underwater with just their long, thin neck above water. Once out of the water, they spread their wings wide to dry since they lack the oils of most water birds that keeps water off feathers.
Here are some today from Shark Valley, Everglades National Park. I'm hoping to see many more tomorrow on the aptly named Anhinga Trail.
You can see the fish working its way down the neck, while this male Anhinga tries to figure out what is left dangling off its beak and how to get it off.
This Anhinga chick is trying out its wings and should be flying for the first time in a day or two.