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Madhurya Jul 30
Moments of the puffin colonies and their natural landscape.
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Robert E Fuller 10h
Until next time... Soon the puffins head back to out to sea when they will lose their cheerful colours and turn quite drab. Luckily they regain those loud orange feet & bills when they return in May ☺️
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Cerren Richards Jul 29
Have you ever wondered why seabirds are important and how they enrich our lives? Here is a quick that sums it all up πŸ‘‡
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FTZ Marine Animal Ecology Aug 5
New paper from our lab. Peschko et al: Telemetry reveals strong effects of on behaviour and habitat use of during the breeding season.
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ShetlandSeabirdTours Aug 6
Hello old friend! A whiskery encounter with one of the local seals near the fish market, Lerwick harbour.
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Dr Steph Borrelle 16h
Did you know that gannets have been practicing farming techniques for 10s of thousands of years? TBH I don’t actually know if it’s been that long, but they’ve been doing it at Muriwai for at least a couple of weeks
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Somerset Girl (Chris) Aug 3
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Andy Williams 10h
Best seabird of the survey was a smart Sooty Shearwater - taken a couple of days ago- a welcome year tick too.
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Conservation trade-offs: Island introduction of a threatened predator suppresses invasive mesopredators but eliminates a seabird colony | Biological Conservation |
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Jane Queen Jul 31
Gorgeous morning spent on Flamborough Cliffs, watching the last remaining puffins as they prepare to leave for the Atlantic soon
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Gary Nunn Aug 4
TOWNSEND'S STORM-PETREL (Oceanodroma socorroensis) 10.2 NM west of San Diego 02Aug2020, a little crown jewel of southern California seabirds, this the first seen here in 2020 and usually farther from shore--photos Mel Senac, G Nunn
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Seabird Ecology Aug 2
Always a wonderful surprise when an European crosses your field of view while scuba diving. Such a great divers! πŸ“ΈIvan Garcia Cuevas today in πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ aristotelis
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Louise Gibbon Jul 31
Puffin, taken on Orkney one night at sunset. There was light catching the Puffin’s face which I wanted to focus on.
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RSPB Ramsey Island Jul 30
Just 12 years ago this scene would not have been witnessed on Ramsey. Rat eradication in 2000 led to storm petrels breeding for the first time in 2008. Now they are fighting over nest sites (sound up for the song)
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BirdLife International Aug 5
Here is a guide of some of the that can be found in the UK, including some of the most abundant species and the best places to see them 🌊🐀 ➑️
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Johnny Mac Jul 29
A Great Shearwater went past this afternoon assumed to be the same individual seen off Sea Palling in Norfolk 7 hours earlier! A great day at the Cape produced 4 Sooty Shearwaters 600 Manx Shearwaters and sightings of Minke Whale/s photo Andrew Allport.
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British Birds Aug 6
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cally 10h
There are shearwaters on my kitchen table
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Jenna Schlener Aug 3
We done did it! Tonight we hit over 300 bill loads for the season and we aren’t even done yet! Also note the night of 70 bill loads on one runway, crazy. It was the same night as the earthquake, maybe that helped shake up so many fish?
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Clare Evelyn Hill Jul 30
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