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Stewart Island Shags
20-OCT-2006 Peter Ericsson

Stewart Island Shags

Oamaru, NZ

These birds are endemic to the south of the Southern Island of New Zealand. New Zealand has quite a few endemic Cormorant/Shag species.
This group were at the tip of a wavebreaker at the little town of Oamaru where we went to look for Penguins.

Canon EOS 350D ,400mm F5.6
1/2000s f/6.3 at 400.0mm iso400 full exif

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Colleen Prohaska06-Jan-2007 08:23
These are darling. Great point of view.
Ali Majdfar01-Nov-2006 09:13
Lovely capture.
Bryan Ramsay31-Oct-2006 02:03
I could see where from a distance they might be deceiving, they look very much like the comorants I shot today, except with a very white belly! Very nice shot! -BJ
Joy Miller30-Oct-2006 02:02
Great composition and capture.vote.
carol j. phipps30-Oct-2006 00:40
Excellent perspective.
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