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White-Throated Shag, from the Birds of the Tropics series (N5) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes Brands

White-Throated Shag, from the Birds of the Tropics series (N5) for All...

Trade cards from the "Birds of the Tropics" series (N5), issued in 1889 in a series of 50 cards to promote Allen & Ginter Brand Cigarettes. Issued by Allen & Ginter (American, Richmond, Virginia)

White-Throated Shag, from Birds of the Tropics series (N38) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes

White-Throated Shag, from Birds of the Tropics series (N38) for Allen ...

Trade cards from the "Birds of the Tropics" series (N38), issued in 1889 in a set of 50 cards to promote Allen & Ginter brand cigarettes. This series is a physically larger version of the "Birds of the Tropics"... more

Pied shag. (Phalacrocorax varius)

Pied shag. (Phalacrocorax varius)

The Australian pied cormorant , Phalacrocorax varius, also known as the pied cormorant, pied shag, or great pied cormorant, is a medium-sized member of the cormorant family. It is found around the coasts of Aus... more

Pied Shag.( Phalacrocorax varius)

Pied Shag.( Phalacrocorax varius)

SONY DSCThis large black-and-white shag is often seen individually or in small groups roosting on rocky headlands, trees or artificial structures. In regions where it occurs, it can usually be readily seen abou... more

Little black cormorant (Phalacrocorax sulcirostris)

Little black cormorant (Phalacrocorax sulcirostris)

The little black cormorant (Phalacrocorax sulcirostris) is a member of the cormorant family of seabirds. It is common in smaller rivers and lakes throughout most areas of Australia and northern New Zealand, whe... more

Pied Shag.

Pied Shag.

This large black-and-white shag is often seen individually or in small groups roosting on rocky headlands, trees or artificial structures. In regions where it occurs, it can usually be readily seen about harbou... more

Pied Shag. NZ. (Phalacrocorax varius,)

Pied Shag. NZ. (Phalacrocorax varius,)

The pied shag is found exclusively in Australia and New Zealand, wintering along the whole coast and inland in both countries.Shags are swift underwater swimmers, with a sharp hooked beak to help them catch fis... more

Pied Shag preening.(Phalacrocorax varius)

Pied Shag preening.(Phalacrocorax varius)

What Is Preening?..Preening is a bird's way of grooming its feathers to keep them in the best condition...While preening, birds will remove dust, dirt and parasites from their feathers and align each feather in... more

Spotted shag. (Stictocarbo punctatus)

Spotted shag. (Stictocarbo punctatus)

The spotted shag/parekareka is a medium-sized, grey-blue marine shag with a long, slender bill and yellow-orange feet. Adult breeding birds have small black spots on their back and wings...Spotted shags/parekar... more

Pied Shag (Phalacrocorax varius)

Pied Shag (Phalacrocorax varius)

Of the world's 36 species of shag 12 are found in New Zealand and 8 of these are endemic. Members of the shag family belong to three groups based on the colour of their feet: black, yellow or pink. The Pied sha... more

The pied shag,(Phalacrocorax varius,)

The pied shag,(Phalacrocorax varius,)

Pied shags mainly inhabit coastal habitats about much of New Zealand. Adults have the crown, back of the neck, mantle, rump, wings, thighs and tail black, although on close inspection the upper wing coverts are... more

Spotted Shag. NZ (Phalacrocorax punctatus).

Spotted Shag. NZ (Phalacrocorax punctatus).

The spotted shag or parekareka (Phalacrocorax punctatus) is a species of cormorant endemic to New Zealand. Originally classified as Phalacrocorax punctatus, it is sufficiently different in appearance from typic... more

Pied shag (Phalacrocorax varius)

Pied shag (Phalacrocorax varius)

Almost as large as the black shag. Distinctively coloured, large black and white coloured seabird. Pied shags have a large and distinctive hooked beak. Breeds throughout New Zealand with colonies in macrocarpa ... more

Spotted shags (Stictocarbo punctatus) NZ

Spotted shags (Stictocarbo punctatus) NZ

Spotted shags (Stictocarbo punctatus) are best known for their striking breeding plumage, double crest and bright green facial skin. The pale grey front and light brown back and wings differ from the more commo... more

Spotted Shag. New Zealand.

Spotted Shag. New Zealand.

Stictocarbo S. punctatus..The Spotted Shag or Parekareka is endemic to New Zealand. It was originally classified as Phalacrocorax punctatus, but since there are many points of difference between the types, incl... more

Spotted Shags. NZ

Spotted Shags. NZ

The spotted shag is a medium-sized, grey-blue marine shag with a long, slender bill and yellow-orange feet. Adult breeding birds have small black spots on their back and wings...A distinctive curved broad white... more

Pied Shag NZ. (Phalacrocorax varius)

Pied Shag NZ. (Phalacrocorax varius)

This large black-and-white shag is often seen individually or in small groups roosting on rocky headlands, trees or artificial structures. In regions where it occurs it can usually be readily seen about harbour... more

Pied Shag. NZ

Pied Shag. NZ

This large black-and-white shag is often seen individually or in small groups roosting on rocky headlands, trees or artificial structures. In regions where it occurs it can usually be readily seen about harbour... more

Moeraki Seascape.NZ

Moeraki Seascape.NZ

MOERAKI BOULDERS..The Moeraki Boulders are situated on Koekohe Beach at a place named Kumara, midway between Hampden and Moeraki townships in North Otago. Access to them is gained by a small one-way side road, ... more

Parekareka, the spotted shag. NZ

Parekareka, the spotted shag. NZ

Compared with typical cormorants, the spotted shag is a light-coloured bird. Its back is brown. Its belly is pale blue-grey (often appearing white), and the white continues up the sides of the neck and face, bu... more

Pied Shag.NZ

Pied Shag.NZ

Pied shags mainly inhabit coastal habitats about much of New Zealand. Adults have the crown, back of the neck, mantle, rump, wings, thighs and tail black, although on close inspection the upper wing coverts are... more

Spotted shag.

Spotted shag.

The spotted shag or parekareka (Stictocarbo punctatus) is a species of cormorant endemic to New Zealand. Originally classified as Phalacrocorax punctatus, it is sufficiently different in appearance from typical... more

A pair of Pied  Shags.NZ

A pair of Pied Shags.NZ

Pied shags mainly inhabit coastal habitats about much of New Zealand. Adults have the crown, back of the neck, mantle, rump, wings, thighs and tail black, although on close inspection the upper wing coverts are... more

Spotted Shag. NZ

Spotted Shag. NZ

The spotted shag or parekareka (Stictocarbo punctatus) is a species of cormorant endemic to New Zealand. Originally classified as Phalacrocorax punctatus, it is sufficiently different in appearance from typical... more

Pied Shag NZ.

Pied Shag NZ.

The Australian Pied Cormorant, Phalacrocorax varius, also known as the Pied Cormorant or Pied Shag, is a medium-sized member of the cormorant family. It is found around the coasts of Australasia..One-third of t... more

Black Shag NZ

Black Shag NZ

Of the world's 36 species of shag 12 are found in New Zealand and 8 of these are endemic. Members of the shag family belong to three groups based on the colour of their feet: black, yellow or pink. The term sha... more

Black Shag NZ.

Black Shag NZ.

One-third of the world’s shag species are found in New Zealand, where they are icons of lake and coastal landscapes. The diverse shorelines and rich marine and freshwater resources offer many habitats for these... more

Pied Shag NZ

Pied Shag NZ

This large black-and-white shag is often seen individually or in small groups roosting on rocky headlands, trees or artificial structures. In regions where it occurs it can usually be readily seen about harbour... more

Spotted Shag NZ

Spotted Shag NZ

The spotted shag is one of two yellow-footed shag species, both of which are endemic to New Zealand. Adult breeding birds are elegant and colourful, sporting a Mohican-like double crest, bright green-blue facia... more

NZ Black Shag.

NZ Black Shag.

A large black shag with black-brown wings and tail, and white-cream feathering over cheeks and throat. The skin about the eyes and base of bill is yellow, feet and legs black, bill grey, and eyes green. Adults ... more

Pied Shag.

Pied Shag.

This large black-and-white shag is often seen individually or in small groups roosting on rocky headlands, trees or artificial structures. In regions where it occurs it can usually be readily seen about harbour... more

Sumner Beach Christchurch.FZ200

Sumner Beach Christchurch.FZ200

Sumner is a great beach for swimming, with ice-cream shops, cafes and restaurants close to the beach.

Pied Shag.

Pied Shag.

The Australian Pied Cormorant, Phalacrocorax varius, also known as the Pied Cormorant or Pied Shag, is a medium-sized member of the cormorant family. It is found around the coasts of Australasia

Matakaea/Shag Point North Otago.

Matakaea/Shag Point North Otago.

Matakaea/Shag Point has a rich history, from early Ngai Tahu settlement to historic coalmining. The area has diverse marine life. It has interesting flora, is great for wildlife viewing, and is geologically fas... more

Australasian Crested Grebe

Australasian Crested Grebe

Crested grebes are moderate sized water birds that may be mistaken for waterfowl or shags at a distance. Both sexes have a long, slender neck, fine black bill and head with a distinctive black double crest and ... more

Spotted shag.NZ  (Stictocarbo punctatus)

Spotted shag.NZ (Stictocarbo punctatus)

During breeding the spotted shag looks regal in its patterned cloak of plumage, the muted browns and greys a departure from the stark black and white of many shags. It has a generous double crest, the eye ring ... more

Spotted Shag.NZ

Spotted Shag.NZ

During breeding the spotted shag looks regal in its patterned cloak of plumage, the muted browns and greys a departure from the stark black and white of many shags. It has a generous double crest, the eye ring ... more

Pied Shag. (Phalacrocorax varius)

Pied Shag. (Phalacrocorax varius)

This large shag is glossy black above and has black thighs and feet. The face from above the eye and the under parts is white. The bill is long and grey with pink below the bill. There is a patch of buff-yellow... more

Pied Shag

Pied Shag

The Australian Pied Cormorant, Phalacrocorax varius, also known as the Pied Cormorant or Pied Shag, is a medium-sized member of the cormorant family. It is found around the coasts of Australasia.One-third of th... more

Shag Spotted

Shag Spotted

During breeding the spotted shag looks regal in its patterned cloak of plumage, the muted browns and greys a departure from the stark black and white of many shags. It has a generous double crest, the eye ring ... more

Rapanui (Shag Rock).Sumner NZ

Rapanui (Shag Rock).Sumner NZ

Rapanui, better known as The Shag Rock or simply "Shag Rock" was a notable sea stack which stood at the entrance of the Avon Heathcote Estuary near Christchurch, New Zealand. The boating channel into the estuar... more

Pied Shag

Pied Shag

In the same family as the black shag, pied shags feed around sheltered coasts, harbours and islands. They usually nest along the coast, but some go a little way inland to nest on freshwater lakes. Branches clos... more

Pelican. (Pelecanus conspicillatus)

Pelican. (Pelecanus conspicillatus)

Phalacrocoracidae is a family of some 40 species of aquatic birds commonly known as cormorants and shags. Several different classifications of the family have been proposed recently, and the number of genera is disputed.

Pied Shag. (Phalacrocorax varius)

Pied Shag. (Phalacrocorax varius)

Phalacrocoracidae is a family of some 40 species of aquatic birds commonly known as cormorants and shags. Several different classifications of the family have been proposed recently, and the number of genera is disputed.

Pied Shag. (Phalacrocorax varius)

Pied Shag. (Phalacrocorax varius)

This large black-and-white shag is often seen individually or in small groups roosting on rocky headlands, trees or artificial structures. In regions where it occurs it can usually be readily seen about harbour... more

Spotted shag. (14)

Spotted shag. (14)

One-third of the world’s shag species are found in New Zealand, where they are icons of lake and coastal landscapes. The diverse shorelines and rich marine and freshwater resources offer many habitats for these... more

Spotted shag. (11)

Spotted shag. (11)

One-third of the world’s shag species are found in New Zealand, where they are icons of lake and coastal landscapes. The diverse shorelines and rich marine and freshwater resources offer many habitats for these... more

Spotted shag. (Stictocarbo punctatus)

Spotted shag. (Stictocarbo punctatus)

One-third of the world’s shag species are found in New Zealand, where they are icons of lake and coastal landscapes. The diverse shorelines and rich marine and freshwater resources offer many habitats for these... more

Spotted shag. (Stictocarbo punctatus)

Spotted shag. (Stictocarbo punctatus)

One-third of the world’s shag species are found in New Zealand, where they are icons of lake and coastal landscapes. The diverse shorelines and rich marine and freshwater resources offer many habitats for these... more

Spotted shag. (Stictocarbo punctatus)

Spotted shag. (Stictocarbo punctatus)

One-third of the world’s shag species are found in New Zealand, where they are icons of lake and coastal landscapes. The diverse shorelines and rich marine and freshwater resources offer many habitats for these... more

Spotted  shag. NZ

Spotted shag. NZ

One-third of the world’s shag species are found in New Zealand, where they are icons of lake and coastal landscapes. The diverse shorelines and rich marine and freshwater resources offer many habitats for these... more

Pied Shag. (Phalacrocorax varius)

Pied Shag. (Phalacrocorax varius)

One-third of the world’s shag species are found in New Zealand, where they are icons of lake and coastal landscapes. The diverse shorelines and rich marine and freshwater resources offer many habitats for these... more

Pied Shag  (Phalacrocorax varius)

Pied Shag (Phalacrocorax varius)

One-third of the world’s shag species are found in New Zealand, where they are icons of lake and coastal landscapes. The diverse shorelines and rich marine and freshwater resources offer many habitats for these... more

Pied Shag (Phalacrocorax varius)

Pied Shag (Phalacrocorax varius)

One-third of the world’s shag species are found in New Zealand, where they are icons of lake and coastal landscapes. The diverse shorelines and rich marine and freshwater resources offer many habitats for these... more

Pied Shag .

Pied Shag .

The Australian pied cormorant, Phalacrocorax varius, also known as the pied cormorant or pied shag, is a medium-sized member of the cormorant family. It is found around the coasts of Australasia.

Pied shag ( Phalacrocorax varius,)

Pied shag ( Phalacrocorax varius,)

Of the world's 36 species of shag 12 are found in New Zealand and 8 of these are endemic. Members of the shag family belong to three groups based on the colour of their feet: black, yellow or pink. The Pied sha... more