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Anhinga d'Amérique

Anhinga anhinga

Birds of North America
  • Anhinga
  • Anhinga
  • Anhinga
  • Anhinga
  • Anhinga

Life, Habitat & Pictures of the Anhinga

B L W W W Family Latin Name
35" 90cm 45" 114.3cm 43.2oz 1225g Anhingidae Anhinga anhinga

  • Breeding
  • Year Around
  • Winter
Anhinga range

The Anhinga is nicknamed the snake bird because of its long thin neck, small head and dagger-like bill. It is a long-tailed diver and feeds mainly on fish. This bird is seen in swamps and inland fresh water sources in the southeastern parts of North America. It can be found from the eastern coast of North Carolina to Oklahoma and south through eastern Texas. as well as east to the Atlantic coast and to the southern tip of Florida. It is native to Mexico, Central America, South America and Caribbean islands.

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