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These presumed Magnificent Frigatebirds Fregata magnificens were photographed at Fort Zachary Taylor at the western tip of Key West, Florida on May 11, 2006; the immature bird (Basic I going to Basic II) appears more like a Great than a Magnificent, due to the cinnamon wash on the chest/neck, and shape of the white on the underparts...?:

In the photo below I think that the bird's head is turned towards the camera, and we are seeing the top of its head and the back of its neck:

I've taken the liberty of cutting and pasting a few images from the Web to show Great Frigatebirds somewhat similar in appearance to the above bird - if the photographer of one of these images objects or would like to provide credit/other data to add to the images, please contact me and I'll update the page: