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Imperial Shag or King Shag (Phalacrocorax atriceps albiventer) on the Falkland Islands Featured Imperial Shag Print

Imperial Shag or King Shag (Phalacrocorax atriceps albiventer) on the Falkland Islands

Imperial Shag or King Shag (Phalacrocorax atriceps albiventer) on the Falkland Islands, deserted nests. King shags are moving their colony regularly, but only for a few meters. Antarctica, Sub-Antarctica, Falkland Islands, Bleaker Island

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Animal, Antarctica, Bird, Bleaker Island, Blue Eyed Shag, Breed, Breeding, Cohabitation, Colony, Cormorant, Deserted, Falkland Islands, Imperial Shag, King Shag, Lonely, Martin Zwick, Migration, Nest, Pattern, Pelecaniformes, Seabird, South America, Sub Antarctica

King Shag / Imperial Shag / Black and White Cormorant Featured Imperial Shag Print

King Shag / Imperial Shag / Black and White Cormorant

King Shag / Imperial Shag / Black and White Cormorant - nesting site with Rockhopper Penguins in the background (Phalacrocorax atriceps albivente) Date

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Albivente, Atriceps, Background, Black, Cormorant, Imperial, King, Nesting, Penguins, Phalacrocorax, Rockhopper, Shag, Site, White

Imperial shag Featured Imperial Shag Print

Imperial shag

Imperial shag (Phalacrocorax atriceps). This seabird is a type of cormorant, and is found in the regions around Antarctica, feeding on fish and invertebrates. It has black and white plumage, with a white underside and black elsewhere. Characteristic features include its orange nasal knob, and the blue ring around its eyes. Its other names include blue-eyed shag and blue-eyed cormorant. This black crest on its head appears during the breeding season. Photographed on the Falkland Islands

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