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Light-mantled Albatross (3) (Phoebetria palpebrata)
Near-threatened
User: klogan  (See all photos - 490) (Comments - 24)
New Zealand (Campbell Isl.) Near threatened. in my opinion one of the best looking Albatross
Views: 5
Date: December 12, 2016
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Yellow-nosed Albatross (2) (Thalassarche chlororhynchos) User: klogan  (See all photos - 490) (Comments - 24)
South Africa Indian Yellow-nosed Albatross- a bird of the Indian Ocean. You have a good chance of seeing one on a pelagic out of Durban
Views: 5
Date: 2012
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Grey-headed Albatross (1) (Thalassarche chrysostoma)
Vulnerable
User: klogan  (See all photos - 490) (Comments - 24)
New Zealand (New Zealand Islands) An endangered Albatross- breeds on Sub-antarctic islands but wanders far. We have seen it in Antarctic, New Zealand and Southern African waters
Views: 8
Date: December 12, 2016
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Chatham Albatross (1) (Thalassarche eremita) User: klogan  (See all photos - 490) (Comments - 24)
New Zealand (New Zealand Islands) Just a couple of records in the Cape. We were fortunate to see this bird on the way down to Macquarie as it does not stray far at that time of year from its breeding grounds on Chatham
Views: 6
Date: December 6, 2016
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Black-browed Albatross (5) (Thalassarche melanophrys) User: klogan  (See all photos - 490) (Comments - 24)
South Africa One of our most common Albatross. On a good day in winter you can see up to 7 different species of Albatross off Capetown.
Views: 7
Date: February 2012
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Yellow-nosed Albatross (2) (Thalassarche chlororhynchos) User: klogan  (See all photos - 490) (Comments - 24)
South Africa The Albatross is my favourite bird. You can find 15 of the 22 species of Albatross in south African waters although a few have just been recorded as vagrants. We have never had the North Pacific birds- Waved,Black-footed, and Short-tailed but there is one record of Laysan's. We are missing some of the New Zealand birds as well. Gibson's, White-capped, and Antipodean. There is one doubtful record of Amsterdam- the one albatross I still need to see This shot is of an Atlantic Yellow-nosed Albatross Split by IOC several years ago
Views: 4
Date: 2010
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Rockhopper Penguin (1) (Eudyptes chrysocome) User: klogan  (See all photos - 490) (Comments - 24)
Australia (Macquarie Island) Rockhoppers are currently split between Northern And Southern. Therefore this would be Southern. However there is talk of spliting further to create an Eastern Rockhopper which this bird would then become
Views: 5
Date: February 15, 2020
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Magellanic Penguin (7) (Spheniscus magellanicus)
Near-threatened
User: klogan  (See all photos - 490) (Comments - 24)
Chile One record in Capetown harbour- possibly ship assisted
Views: 12
Date: 2008
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Little Penguin (1) (Eudyptula minor) User: klogan  (See all photos - 490) (Comments - 24)
Australia A how a bird this small arrived in Southern African waters- who knows? They are easy to see from the Pier in Melbourne
Views: 1
Date: February 2011
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King Penguin (3) (Aptenodytes patagonicus) User: klogan  (See all photos - 490) (Comments - 24)
Falkland Islands A King Penguin landed on a beach in the Western Cape just last month. It was taken by Parks board personnel ( much to the disgust of the twitchers) to an isolated beach on Cape point and released
Views: 1
Date: 2010
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Gentoo Penguin (2) (Pygoscelis papua)
Near-threatened
User: klogan  (See all photos - 490) (Comments - 24)
Antarctic One bird in 1992 with a few pelagic sightings
Views: 1
Date: 2008
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Jackass Penguin (1) (Spheniscus demersus)
Vulnerable
User: klogan  (See all photos - 490) (Comments - 24)
South Africa Now known as African Penguin this is Southern Africa's only penguin. Go to Boulders beach in the Western Cape to see them. But another 6 species penguins have arrived as vagrants. I have some shots of some taken elsewhere in the world
Views: 1
Date: November 11, 2012
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Yellow-billed Teal / Speckled Teal (3) (Anas flavirostris) User: klogan  (See all photos - 490) (Comments - 24)
South Africa Why are common names so difficult?- Known as Yellow-billed Duck in Southern Africa. A common resident in South Africa. There have been attempts to eradicate Mallards to stop them inter-breeding with Yellow-bills
Views: 7
Date: January 24, 2019
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White-faced Whistling Duck (2) (Dendrocygna viduata) User: klogan  (See all photos - 490) (Comments - 24)
South Africa A common resident in NE southern Africa
Views: 5
Date: 2015
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White-backed Duck (1) (Thalassornis leuconotus) User: klogan  (See all photos - 490) (Comments - 24)
South Africa Uncommon resident and nomad. Most easily found in Kwa-zulu Natal. Prefers quiet well vegetated waterways
Views: 4
Date: February 2017
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