Adult Olivaceous or Neotropic cormorant ( Phalacrocorax brasilianus )
Found from southern USA southwards throughout Central and South America and parts of the Caribbean, both on coasts and inland fresh water. Usually considered to be at least two subspecies: P. b. mexicanus from Nicaragua northwards and P. b. brasilianus southwards in South America. Local names: biguá, yeco, viguá comun, pato cuervo, mbigua.
Photograph ID: ChileBird2014D106
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