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  • Black-necked swan (Cygnus melanocoryphus), Argentina (Photograph by Tim Knight)

    Paraná flooded savanna

  • Black-necked ostriches, indigenous to South Africa, are now being raised in several states, including Jalisco, Nayarit, Durango, Sonora, Nuevo León and Baja California Sur.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - March 1999

  • Black-necked ostriches, indigenous to South Africa, are now being raised in several states, including Jalisco, Nayarit, Durango, Sonora, Nuevo León and Baja California Sur.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - March 1999

  • Black-necked cranes (Grus nigricollis) and pied avocets (Recurvirostra avosetta) also breed here.

    Central Tibetan Plateau alpine steppe

  • Black-necked stork (Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus asiaticus), India (Photograph by Tony Coatsworth)

    Upper Gangetic Plains moist deciduous forests

  • Black-necked cranes, Siberian swans and black cormorants are among 189 species that spend part of each year here hunting and building nests near the homes of Tibetan families.

    To The U.S. Treasury Secretary: China Is Your Worst Nightmare, Sir

  • A photo caption notes that "The ruby-throated warbler i.e., Ms. Midler hopes to assist the Black-necked Hawaiian Stilt and other birds."

    Bette Midler's for the Birds

  • A photo caption notes that "The ruby-throated warbler i.e., Ms. Midler hopes to assist the Black-necked Hawaiian Stilt and other birds."

    Archive 2002-06-01

  • The beautiful freshwater lakes, on the rugged crests of greatly elevated islands, wherein the Red and Black-necked Divers swim as proudly as swans do in other latitudes, and where the fish appear to have been cast as strayed beings from the surplus food of the ocean.

    John James Audubon

  • The beautiful freshwater lakes, on the rugged crests of greatly elevated islands, wherein the Red and Black-necked Divers swim as proudly as swans do in other latitudes, and where the fish appear to have been cast as strayed beings from the surplus food of the ocean.

    John James Audubon

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