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Shag, Stewart Island
 
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Scientific Name:
Phalacrocorax chalconotus
Location(s):
Australasia, Global, New Zealand Read more
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IUCN
Population estimates have varied, although the population may be as high as 5,000-8,000 individuals (C. Lalas in litt. 1994). This is roughly equivalent to 3,300-5,300 mature individuals. ...
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Wikipedia
The Bronze Shag (Phalacrocorax chalconotus), also known as the Stewart Island Shag or Stewart Shag, is a species of shag endemic to the southernmost parts of the South Island of New Zealand, from the Otago Peninsula south to the Foveaux Strait, and to Stewart Island/Rakiura, from which it takes its name. ...
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