- Bank Cormorant
- Latin Name
- Phalacrocorax neglectus
- 75 cm
- Coastal waters, especially standing on small islands and offshore rocks.
- Breeding recorded for all months except April, August and November. Eggs 2 - 3, chalky-white.
- Immature Description
- Immatures are duller black in colour.
- Adult Description
- Told by heavy-bodied appearance, crested head and usually (not always) a white rump; wings dark brown, rest black with bronze sheen.
- Common resident.
- Confined to the south-western seaboard from Swakopmund in the north to Agulhas in the south.