Pygmy Cormorant Drying Wings
Pygmy Cormorant drying out wings on an old weathered tree. Bharatpur Bird sanctuary (Keoladeo National Park) Rajasthan, India.
About the Pygmy Cormorant:
The Pygmy Cormorant (Phalacrocorax pygmeus) is the much smaller cousin of the common cormorant. Despite their large breeding range over Eastern Europe and Asia numbers declined so rapidly over the 20th century that it was feared they would become extinct. Successful conservation efforts helped to revive and stabilise their breeding numbers and since the late 1990’s their has been a distinct increase westward of their range.
You can find more about the Pygmy Cormorant here.
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