Sunday, 19 May 2013

Australasian Darter

 An Australasian Darter snoozes on the wreck of the French ship Adolphe, now embedded into the breakwater at Stockton Beach, on the central New South Wales coast.

The Australasian Darter Anhinga novaehollandiae can be found on water bodies both inland and at the coast. Like cormorants they dive for fish.

 A male Australasian Darter on the breakwater at Stockton, New South Wales.

1 comment:

Tim said...

I haven't seen a darter since visiting Kenya in '68.
I like the white face-paint!!

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