Stock Photo: Adult Imperial Shag Phalacrocorax atriceps from breeding colony on offshore islets in the Beagle Channel coastal southern Chile and Argentina The Imperial Shag.

Stock Photo - Adult Imperial Shag Phalacrocorax atriceps from breeding colony on offshore islets in the Beagle Channel coastal southern Chile and Argentina The Imperial Shag is a black and white cormorant native to many subantarctic islands, the Antarctic Peninsula and southern South America, primarily in rocky coastal regions, but locally also at large inland lakes It is sometimes placed in the genus Leucocarbo instead It is also known as the Blue-eyed Shag and by many other names, and is one of a larger group of cormorants called blue-eyed shags The taxonomy is very complex, and several subspecies are often considered separate species instead

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