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|Reed Cormorant |
I have captured this 'Reed Cormorant' (Microcarbo africanus) at Marievale Bird Sanctuary, early in the morning. I've noticed that most of the birds are mostly active at the time of Sunrise, so I always reach this Bird Sanctuary before Sunrise and booked my place in the Hide. This is such a picture, and I have captured from Hide while this Cormorant was trying to dry its wings.
It's not such a big Cormorant, 50-55cm length.
It breads much of Africa south of the Sahara and Madagascar ðŸ‡²ðŸ‡¬. Its wing coverts are silvery. It has longish tail and red or yellow eyes and face patch.
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- [2018-03-23 16:00]
Waaw Srikumar,what a masterwork! Not easy to comment an absolute perfection like that,fantastic open wings position and fine details everywhere,one of your top 10,no doubts! Have a nice weekend and thanks,Luciano
- [2018-03-24 12:12]
Excellent image of this Cormorant, nice pose and composition, very nice blurring BG, excellent sharpness and details, usefull information also
good sharpness composition with great details of this bird
thanks gr lou