How About an Antarctic Blue-Eyed Shag?

February 15th, 2010 at 5:07 pm (AST) by Jake Richter

Get your mind out of the gutter if that’s where it was. I’m talking about avians here.

The other type of bird at Red Rocks Ridge was the Antarctic blue-eyed shag, a member of the cormorant family. Some of the shag nests I saw were in amongst the Adélie penguin nests.

An adult Antarctic blue-eyed shag

An adult Antarctic blue-eyed shag

Antarctic blue-eyed shag chicks in a nest


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2 Responses to “How About an Antarctic Blue-Eyed Shag?”

  1. Mercy Says:

    Love all the birds Jake. I’m currently identifying 3.5 million yr old bird bones at the Natural History Museum….what a learning curve for me! I know human bones, but birds…that’s a whole ‘nother thing!

  2. Lida Says:

    Blue eyed shag sounds good…..