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“On 23rd January 2013, I was observing the antics of a small flock of Little Shags (Phalacrocorax melanoleucos, Maori name: Kawaupaka) on the shore of the Estuary of Avon/Heathcote in South Island, New Zealand (above).

“A few of them had just completed a late morning bath and were sunning themselves with wings wide open (above).”

Dr. Leong Tzi Ming
17th February 2013

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