CAMPBELL ISLAND SHAG Phalacrocorax campbelli


Subject to varying taxonomic treatments, most black and white shags in the Southern oceans are similar in their plumages, varying in subtle details such as amount of white in the wing and colour of the gular patch, it does seem as if every island group has its own species. The bird on the ground is an immature bird.


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