Off their coastal colonies they often congregate in thousands on shoals of fish, but inland they are more solitary. Capture food by underwater pursuit.
Coastal Wetlands, Swamps; lakes; streams; inlets or rocky islands; mangroves; floodplains; inland waters and fringing forests.
Breeding in colonies at any time depending on food supply, 3 to 5; pale bluish-white coated with lime, nest sticks lined with leaves. Incubation about 30 days by both sexes, young fledge about 50 days.
Kakadu National Park
Carnivore, Aquatic animal-life; fish; crustaceans and molluscs.
|| Pied Cormorant, Yellow-Faced Cormorant
|| Phalacrocorax varius
|| Least Concern
|| 660-680 mm
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