This is the only cormorant that occurs
on Aruba. Compared to most North American cormorants, this species
is smaller and slimmer, with a proportionately longer tail.
Look for its long, hooked bill and yellowish throat pouch outlined
in white. Common at Bubali,
where they may be sitting in trees with their wings outstretched
for drying in the warm, tropical breeze.
Watch this video of Neotropic Cormorants in a nesting colony at the Divi Links filmed in November 2011.