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storm petrel

  1. Ringed Storm-Petrel

    Ringed Storm-Petrel

    One of the most beautiful and unusual storm petrels, easily my favorite lifer from that day!
  2. Markham's Storm-Petrel

    Markham's Storm-Petrel

    Of the four storm petrel species we saw that day, this was by far the least common, only making a couple of appearances.
  3. Black-bellied Storm Petrel

    Black-bellied Storm Petrel

    Black Bellied Storm Petrel taken on a pelagic off Cape Town
  4. White-faced storm petrel

    White-faced storm petrel

    Another storm petrel off the east coast of the north island N.Z. Capturing the walking is always a thrill.
  5. New Zealand Storm Petrel

    New Zealand Storm Petrel

    On a pelagic in Hauraki Gulf we were lucky enough to get looks at the New Zealand Storm Petrel. With a lot of panning I finally got a shot that showed its markings fairly well. Much faster in flight then White faced petrels or so it seemed as I panned on it.
  6. storm petrel

    storm petrel

    Flamborough head storm petrel & moth night taken with a flash
  7. Spurn Storm Petrel

    Spurn Storm Petrel

    Three birds caught this week, this was a particularly showy one. Visit http://danielsbirdingblog.blogspot.co.uk/
  8. Postcard from Fair Isle

    Postcard from Fair Isle

    A sample of some of the birds I saw on my trip this week - Bonxie (Great Skua) in the middle and, clockwise from top left, Eider, Puffin, Leach's Petrel and Storm Petrel, Rock Pipit and Wheatear. It make take some time to sort out the pictures but there will be more!
  9. Storm in the distance..

    Storm in the distance..

    Don't get many of these in the Midlands...Storm Petrel that is, so definately a first for me. Not the best shot of one you will ever see i guess, but didn't realise they were like the 'Swifts of the Sea'...small & move like lightning!! Mike
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