Nesting Fulmar

Their is something quite attractive about Fulmar - perhaps their soft, dark eyes, or maybe their elegant, straight-winged gliding on the cliff-top thermals - but anyway I have watched them for years. Once upon a time they were only common in the far north-western islands, but then the population expanded and they are found all around the coast of the UK now. I like to think of them as a migration of avian Gaels going out into the world!

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