Bird Photographs

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AAL feeding
AAL roosting

White-fronted Goose
(Anser albifrons frontails)

In winter, over 30,000 White-fronted Geese have been roosting in Kabukuri-numa, and feeding surrounding rice fields.

Middendorf's Bean Goose

Middendorf's Bean Goose
(Anser fabalis middendorffi)

In winter, about 1,000 Middendorf's Bean Geese have been roosting and feeding in Kabukuri-numa.

Whooper Swan
(Cygnus cygnus)

About 500 Whooper Swans (and Bewick's Swans) have been roosting and feeding in Kabukuri-numa in winter.

Steller's Sea Eagle

Steller's Sea Eagle
(Haliaeetus pelagicus)

White-tailed Sea Eagle
(Haliaeetus albicilla)

Both of Sea Eagles have been wintering in Kabukuri-numa, and hunting the fishes.

Peregrine Falcon
(Falco peregrinus)

Peregrine Falcons have been wintering in Kabukuri-numa, and hunting the ducks and the small birds.

Little Grebe

Little Grebe
(Tachybaptus ruficollis)

Little Grebes have been inhabiting all through the year.

Great Egret

Great Egret
(Ardea alba)

Great Egrets have been inhabiting all through the year and catch the fishes and the frogs.

Grey Heron
Black-crowned Night Heron

Grey Heron
(Ardea cinerea)

Black-crowned Night Heron
(Nycticorax nycticorax)

Both of Herons have been inhabiting all through the year.

Lapwing
American Golden Plover

Lapwing
(Vanellus vanellus)

American Golden Plover
(Pluvialis dominica)

Black-winged Stilt

Black-winged Stilt
(Himantopus himantopus)

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