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Cormorant take off?

During my hike through the Schellbruch I shot several photos of birds. It’s said that there are over 200 different species, that means it was not very difficult to see a few of them. 216 more words

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Gemeinsame Nahrungssuche bei Krähenscharben

Or, my new paper:

Social foraging European shags: GPS tracking reveals birds from neighbouring colonies have shared foraging grounds

has been published.

From the German translation of my title and abstract I have learnt that the German for shag is Krähenscharben. 194 more words

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seabird cities.... by AldisOzols by AldisOzols


The UK’s coasts have many stretches of sheer cliffs where seabirds breed and the guillemot is one of the most numerous birds in the great ‘seabird cities’. 57 more words

Animals | seabird cities....

Please Help Me to Get a New Camera => Hi my friends!
My Name is Randall and I live in Easton, MD USA. I’m 39 years old and I’m currently disable for multiple back injuries and Major Depression. 123 more words

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Trip to the north 6

Finally, sunshine on my last day on the island of Røst, and a four hour boattrip to the birds rock. Sad situation, though, the number of birds are rapidly decreasing. 19 more words

Raymond Wardenaer

Leaving the Scillies (again)

Every time I come back from the Isles of Scilly it sort of feels like it might be the last visit for the foreseeable future. But every time I think it’s all over, I always find myself going back. 474 more words

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Photography - The Farne Islands - Bird life like you can only imagine! Fantastic!

Every cloud has a silver lining. As I was unable to complete the St Oswald’s Way walk I hobbled off to the Farne Islands off the coast of Northumberland. 66 more words

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