White-breasted cormorants are a regional subspecies of the great cormorants from Sub-Saharan Africa.
Cormorants are beautiful birds that fish very efficiently. In fact so efficiently that in some places people use captive cormorants to fish. The white-breasted cormorants are not used in this manner because it is not practiced in their geographical range, but the conspecific great cormorants are for such purposes in China.
The white-breasted cormorants in these pictures live in the African Savanna Exhibit of the Toronto Zoo.
White-breasted cormorant on the Toronto Zoo website.
Cormorant fishing on Wikipedia.