Neotropic cormorants (and one cattle egret)


The neotropic cormorant or olivaceous cormorant (Phalacrocorax brasilianus, oliivimerimetso in Finnish) is a medium-sized cormorant found throughout the American tropics and subtropics, from the middle Rio Grande in the United States to South America, where it is called by the Indian name of “biguá”. It can be found both at coasts and on inland waters. This bird I photographed in the Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens in Argentina.

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I will post every week “Thursday Twitters”, pictures of birds mainly from
Finland and Southern Africa, occasionally also taken elsewhere.
The source of the text is most likely Wikipedia or similar online article.

About Olli Laasanen

Eyes and ears open. New and old. Jobs and hobbies. Pictures and music. Entertaining and serious. Change and stability. Nature and urban.
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3 Responses to Neotropic cormorants (and one cattle egret)

  1. mukul chand says:

    great pictures

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