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Black-faced Cormorant

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Black-faced Cormorant (Phalacrocorax fuscescens)

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Black-faced Cormorant

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New Zealand birds: Little black cormorant (Phalacrocorax sulcirostris) drying wings

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The Cape Cormorant

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Cormorant sunning itself

The black-faced cormorant, also known as the black-faced shag, is a medium-sized member of the cormorant family. Upperparts, including facial skin and bill, are black, with white underparts. It is endemic to coastal regions of southern Australia.
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  • Description 

  • Taxonomy 

  • Habitat and Distribution 

  • Behaviour and Ecology 

  • Threats