Looks like a Cormorant...they're often found in the same surroundings as are waders and such.
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•tele: if a ff would have the same pixel density as current crop plus a "crop the center" raw mode, you wouldn't need a crop camera plus the ff would have 100% af sensor coverageThe very fact that this question is being asked is showing a fundamental lack of understanding regarding the entire photographic process, ranging from the increased DOF (back-up and crop) to the superior IQ of a downsized high MP image.
•macro (the lenses are sharp enough): more magnification w/o aperture drop, or crop for more working distance, less lens shade
•aspect ratio change (like 16:9 or custom ar for dtp) from the same source
•focus stacking or pano stitching: always results in a drop in resolution/sharpness, so higher mp source is better
•general post processing: for me some actions like tilting, sharpening or nr work better if some downsizing is applied, i.e. the software has some more data to work with even if it's noisy or less sharp
High res allows down sampling which creates a cleaner fileAdd "superior" to "cleaner"...downsizing a large file creates a better image than does native resolution. And cropping a large file increases DOF for macro shooters.