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  • Hatschi by Hatschi

    Cormorants pretending to be penguins 😃

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  • AvastMH by AvastMH moderator

    On penguin (top right) seems to have its head stuck in a snowball. Suspect that the Cormorants have come to visit Whitey the Sheathbill 😄

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  • Sydneysider01 by Sydneysider01

    Other appears to be a seabird, not slectable in the other list

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  • gardenmaeve by gardenmaeve moderator

    @Sydneysider01 - Please read FAQs and comments below yours. Cormorant, mark as Other without choosing species.

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  • asb2718 by asb2718

    Sheathbill quite uncertain...not marked but two cormorants. Also, the penguins bottom right right involved in some activity

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  • gardenmaeve by gardenmaeve moderator

    Hi- Comments below yours confirm cormorants and sheathbill. The two penguins you mention are showing usual nest care/bonding behaviours.

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  • AvastMH by AvastMH moderator

    Hi Mamaganoush. Check the answers below. The tall black and white bird is a Shag (also called a Cormorant), and the

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  • AvastMH by AvastMH moderator

    small white one is a snowy sheathbill. We see these here relatively often. Mark the Cormorant as 'other' and click 'OK straight away.

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  • AvastMH by AvastMH moderator

    If you read the short FAQs https://talk.penguinwatch.org/#/boards/BPZ0000007 then you will find really useful marking information. 😃

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  • mllauro by mllauro

    IMPORTANT! My options were limitated, the Chionis alba ARE actually: Phalacrocorax bransfieldensis.

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    @mllauro No need to worry. Each frame is classified by multiple volunteers and if you read the comments below you would figure out we are aware of what is present in this one 😉

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