Black Necked Stork
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|The Black-necked Stork (Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus) is a tall long-necked wading bird in the stork family. It is a resident species across South and Southeast Asia with a disjunct population in Australia. |
It lives in wetland habitats to forage for a wide range of animal prey. Adult birds of both sexes have a heavy bill and are patterned in white and glossy blacks, but the sexes differ in the colour of the iris.
The sexes are identical but the adult female has a yellow iris while the adult male has it brown.
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Beautiful capture with excellent details and nice natural colours.
WOW a black neck stork..AND WHAT A CAPTURE..such a detailed eye shot too! Love this iridescent black like reflections of an oil pool, crow..wow. Just amazing. TFS!
- [2013-01-21 15:19]
Hi Subhash,a magnificent portrait of this rare black stork,great capture of the metallic colors in the best light and exposure,i like it!Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
Beautiful portrait of this species of Stork,
with excellent exposition to obtain details
on both the dark and white plumage, TFS
Well its neck is hidden but the big, black, sharp and menacing looking beak really catches the eye. Beautiful up close portrait with superb exposure balance.