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The double-crested cormorant (Phalacrocorax auritus) is named for its small double crest of black and white feathers in breeding season. It also has a thin, strongly hooked bill, roughly the length of the head, and a bare patch of orange-yellow facial skin under the chin. Double-crested Cormorants are the most widespread cormorant in North America, breeding on the coast as well as on large inland lakes.
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