Birds of Namibia
Introduction: Brown boobys (Sula leucogaster) inhabit tropical coastal waters, close to the shore just beyond breakers. Also found in sheltered bays.
Diet: Plunge-dives and eats mostly flying fish and squid, foraging with dolphins and gamefish.
Description Leucogaster is Greek for 'white-bellied'. Head, neck, upper breast and upper parts dark chocolate brown in colour. Often confused with the red-footed booby.
Breeding: Brown boobys nest in loose colonies on the ground or on steep slopes.
Size: 70cm. Weight: 1kg. Wingspan: 1.5m.
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