James's Flamingo
(Phoenicoparrus Jamesi)

Appearance - The James's Flamingo has a very pale pink plumage with bright carmine streaks around the neck and back, and also black primary flight feathers. They are distinguished from other species of Flamingo by having bright red skin around the eyes, bright yellow beak with a black tip, and red legs. Both sexes are alike but the male is slightly larger. The Andean Flamingo is similar but is larger, has yellow legs, the paler yellow beak has a more extensive black tip, and its wings have more black in them.

Notes - The James's Flamingo is also called the Puna Flamingo and is closely related to the Andean Flamingo. The James's Flamingo was named after English naturalist, Henry Berkeley James. The video on this page was taken at WWT Slimbridge and this is the only James's Flamingo in the UK.

WWT Slimbridge Video clips:

Current video:

James's Flamingo - September 2012

More videos:
 James's Flamingo - October 2012
James's Flamingo - October 2012

More photos and Information

James's Flamingo Identification

Wildfowl Video Index

View these videos on Youtube

You can search this website by using the custom search box below:



Video Page

James's Flamingo (Phoenicoparrus Jamesi) video
James's Flamingo
James's Flamingo (Phoenicoparrus Jamesi)