Scientific Name: Phalacrocorax fuscescens
Description: As the name suggests, this species has a black face. The body is black above and white below and the wings completely black, and in size this species is mid-way between the other two black and white cormorants. The Black-faced Cormorant favours coastal waters and may sometimes be seen resting on the rock platform at low tide. They feed mainly on fish, with some molluscs and crustacea
Where to find: open coastal water and rock platforms.