Anhinga – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Anhinga (Anhinga anhinga), sometimes called Snakebird, Darter, American Darter, or Water Turkey, is a water bird of the warmer parts of North America and South America. The word "anhinga" comes from the Brazilian Tupi language and means devil bird or snake bird. It is a cormorant-like bird with an average body length of 85 cm (35 in), a wingspan of 117 cm (45 in), and a weight of 1,350 g.
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All About Birds: Anhinga
Comprehensive information on North American birds including a bird guide, identification tips, and conservation programs.

American Anhinga or Snake-Bird
Online version of CD … The Snake-bird is a constant resident in the Floridas, and the lower parts of Louisiana, Alabama, and Georgia.

Anhinga; The anhinga is a water bird. It does not have oil glands for waterproofing its feathers like most water birds. When it goes swimming its feathers get wet.

anhinga – Definition of anhinga at Your Dictionary
any of a family (Anhingidae) of pelecaniform birds of tropical and subtropical regions, with a long, sharp-pointed bill and long neck

Anhinga – Anhinga anhinga – NatureWorks
The anhinga is a large bird with a long S-shaped neck and a long pointed bill. The male has grayish-black feathers with a greenish shine to them. They have large wings with silver …

Anhinga – All About The Anhinga
The anhinga is a water living bird that lacks an oil gland for waterproofing its feathers such as most birds that live in water do. When it goes swimming the – Anhinga – Birds provides details on the interesting Anhinga species … The Anhinga (Anhinga anhinga) is commonly known as the snakebird, black darter or American darter.

anhinga – definition of anhinga by the Free Online Dictionary …
an·hin·ga   (n-h ng g) n. Any of a genus (Anhinga) of long-necked birds having a sharp, pointed bill and inhabiting swampy regions of tropical and subtropical America.

Everglades National Park – Anhinga Trail (U.S. National Park Service)
… may see alligators, turtles, anhingas, herons, egrets, and many other birds … Visitors bird watching on the Anhinga Trail

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