The Peruvian Pelican has a dark body streaked with white (can sometimes appear white-backed -- see below) and a prominent dark brown neck with white head/crown
and white lateral line down sides of its neck. The lower bill usually has a dark pouch.
It inhabits not only coastal Peru but also coastal Chile.
The brown back of neck and white heart
The Peruvian Pelican used to be classed as a subspecies of the American Brown Pelican but is now a separate species.