(Anhinga anhinga)

The Anhinga is the sole member of its family and is known as the “snake bird” because of its appearance as it swims with just its head and neck out of the water.

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3 Responses to Anhinga

  1. Ruth Hancock says:

    Love these pictures….thanks to you for reporting what we on the ‘other’ side can only imagon. Should we label you ‘ bird reporter’? With your talents you should be able to think of a better title. R. H.

  2. Jason says:

    Hey John,
    I intend to use some of your anhinga pictures in an upcoming presentation. I will definitely credit you for the photographs. My favorite is the anhinga chilling out on the river turtle’s carapace.

    Best, J

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