A pelican gathers food in a unique way by gliding over water. Once fish are spotted, the animal swoops down and harvests a meal in its bill. Because pelicans have large throat pouches, they're able to hold dozens of fish with ease. The pelican's bill folds into an aerodynamic form when it's empty, which is why it can continue to fly quickly. Our posters include images of pelicans resting, swimming, feeding and gliding.