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Aug 01, 2021 11:55 |  #32012

The Puffin's less famous cousin, the Black Guilemot, with some kind of creature for its dinner

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Aug 01, 2021 13:05 |  #32013

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Aug 01, 2021 16:35 |  #32015

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Aug 02, 2021 01:02 |  #32016

Itsed65 wrote in post #19266918 (external link)
Well this is the first time I have photographed a puffin, so I have no idea if it is rare :-)

What I can say is that the island, Eastern Egg Rock, is a 7-acre island located 6 miles east of New Harbor Maine. The treeless island is designated the Allan D. Cruickshank Wildlife Sanctuary in honor of this noted Maine ornithologist and photographer. The island is fringed by a berm of massive granite boulders that provide nesting habitat for puffins and guillemots. It is the first restored puffin colony in the world, so I imagine there are a lot of them banded. It is part Audubon Project Puffin.

The cruise I was on included a great presentation by an Audubon expert on the way out to the island.

Ed, thank you very much for your very interesting reply. I appreciate the fact that you took the time to answer my question so thoroughly.


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Aug 02, 2021 01:15 |  #32017

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A couple of beauties here, havelock I especially like the second shot close-up. Very nice work.

Beautifully captured, Rob. I hope this bird fills in those gaps in it's wings quickly. He's currently an easier target for sky predator's

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What a nicely executed shot, Sid! That beautiful blue background surely helps make for a gorgeous image.

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Bill, this is an extraordinary shot! You really nailed this hummingbird perfectly.

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This is a truly awesome shot, Terry. It stands out in such nice 3D fashion from the blurred background. Excellent photography!

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Terrific capture, Ed! This guy won't be going to bed hungry.:-)

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Lovely capture, Jimmy!


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Aug 02, 2021 02:34 |  #32018

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Aug 02, 2021 02:42 |  #32019

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Aug 02, 2021 02:44 |  #32020

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Nice capture, Pippan!

Thanks LD!


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Very nice shot Mike. I love the composition and the soft light on the Mallards bodies!
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Nice capture of those Quackers Mike. Happy trails.


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Aug 02, 2021 05:16 |  #32023

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Aug 02, 2021 07:13 |  #32024

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What a nicely executed shot, Sid! That beautiful blue background surely helps make for a gorgeous image.

A lot of luck involved there Mike, thanks for the kind words. cheers! :)




  
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