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In search of a northern gannet colony!

Last month, I tried to describe the Northern Gannet nesting colony on Bonaventure Island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, off shore from Perce .

Much like the albatross pairs, gannets will shake their heads and rub beaks with one another as part of their courtship.  Read more: http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/animals/blogs/16-beautiful-bird-courtship-displays#ixzz3DDTxSwEd

16 beautiful bird courtship displays

Much like the albatross pairs, gannets will shake their heads and rub beaks with one another as part of their courtship.

Gannet -- WHAT???? by Jan de Jong on 500px

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Gannet Portrait  Thanks to Burrard-Lucas http://www.burrard-lucas.com/photo/new_zealand/gannet_portrait.html#

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Gannets @Bempton_Cliffs

Northern Gannets (Morus bassanus) are the largest seabirds in the North Atlantic.

This is one of 2 images by robertharding contributor, Matthew Cattell, shortlisted for the CEPIC Photography Awards in Berlin! Gannet pair (Morus bassanus), one skypointing (raising their beaks) whilst courting, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Gannet pair (Morus bassanus), one skypointing (raising their beaks) whilst courting, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

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