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  • Location: Oamaru, New Zealand
  • Source: Urban Wildlife Trust WILDCAMS
  • Info: Live webcam at a shag colony at Oamaru Harbour in New Zealand. Sumpter Wharf at Oamaru is home to at least half the world's population of Otago Shags.
    Oamaru is the largest town in North Otago, in the South Island of New Zealand

    To watch more live views of seabirds and coastal wildlife, visit: Live Seabird Webcams

More info: The Otago shag, together with the Foveaux shag formerly known as the Stewart Island shag and in its dark phase as the bronze shag, is a species of shag now found only in coastal Otago, New Zealand.

In many countries, shags are called cormorants.

Additional Information :
New Zealand Birds Online - Otago Shag -
Otago Shag Colony Sumpter Wharf Oamaru -