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Monday, 26 May 2008

Bempton Cliffs - Razorbill

Razorbills are another bird at Bempton Cliffs in great numbers, you can easily pick them out from the Guillemots with their short beaks and white stripes that run down each side.

This one was happily sunning itself until some mad man with a camera came along, I didn't manage to get these flying, they are just too fast.

Hope you like them.. (in case you where wondering the pink tinte in the bottom righthand corner was some pinkish flowers close to me)

All photos taken 24/05/2008.

Puffins to follow.....

3 comments:

  1. What an interesting bird...love the weird beak...sort of like the puffins. That shot of it looking up is great!

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  2. Great pictures of the Razorbill. Getting to see the yellow gape is intersting too.

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  3. The white stripes on its bill is very striking! Beautiful and clearly detailed photos. Lovely.

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