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Peregrines, pippits and fulmars (1 Viewer)

teamsaint

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That's a great shot, especially when viewed at full size. There were lots of Guillemots and a few Razorbills at Durlston this morning, also a Peregrine (quite possibly the same one). You probably won't see terns until april as they are later migrants, I did see a Sandwich Tern at Sandbanks recently but that will have been over-wintering.
 

QuantumTiger

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That's a great shot, especially when viewed at full size. There were lots of Guillemots and a few Razorbills at Durlston this morning, also a Peregrine (quite possibly the same one). You probably won't see terns until april as they are later migrants, I did see a Sandwich Tern at Sandbanks recently but that will have been over-wintering.
Ah. Cool. Thanks for the heads up. Only really decided this year to target some seabird shots and I'm still at the stage of working out what's where when! I found the JNCC Seabird Survey to be a useful resource - but their dots are not a very precise way of locating the best place to be!
 

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