Magnificent Frigatebird


(Fregata magnificens)

Nesting Magnificent Frigatebirds may be seen up close on Seymour Island.  The species is a graceful and tireless flyer and can stay aloft for days without landing.  Males have a distinctive red “gular” throat pouch which can be enormousely inflated for courting display.

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