Penguin Droppings

By gen2

Not Squabbling,

... but re-affirming their pair-bond. They have just arrived back at their traditional nest-site in preparation for their new breeding season but won't lay an egg until the begnning of April.

A pair of fulmars (Fulmarus glacialis) on the local cliffs at Dysart.

Fulmars are gull-sized petrels. Petrels can easily be distinguished from gulls by their tube nostrils on top of their bills.

Petrels, along with shearwaters, are related to albatrosses.

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