The picture below comes from the golf course at the Orchid Island Golf & Beach Club in Vero Beach, Florida. A large flock of black anhingas and white pelicans routinely line up on the shore of one of the many lakes and point themselves at the sun. The anhingas don't have the oil glans that other birds have to make their feathers waterproof, so drying off is part of their daily lives. Why the pelicans join in is a mystery to me. Maybe they just like laughing at the golfers hitting approach shots into the lake.