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Squabbling - There was quite a discussion going on between these two pairs of Northern Gannets at Bass Rock. While shouting against each other they didn't even take the trouble to stand up, but did stay at there lazy buts………. :-) Best wishes, Harry

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.

Nuzzle (Harry  Eggens / Groningen / Netherlands) #NIKON D4 #animals #photo #nature

Classic Northern Gannet pose early morning just after sunrise at the red sandstone rocks of Helgoland with stormy wind coming from the left. ©Harry Eggens Best wishes and a wonderful weekend, Harry

Hairdo by Harry  Eggens on 500px

Dalmatian Pelican at Kerkine Lake in the Northern part of Greece close to the Bulgarian border. ©Harry Eggens Wishing all of you a wonderful weekend, Harry

By-the-throatHarry Eggens

Northern Gannets on Bass Rock in the Firth of Forth a few miles outside the Eastern coast of Scotland. ©Harry Eggens Best wishes and have a nice day, Harry

Are you a #birdnerd? Check out the beautiful residents of the Muriwai Gannet Colony near Auckland, New Zealand - and take your camera!

Swooping into Muriwai Gannet Colony, New Zealand

Are you a Check out the beautiful residents of the Muriwai Gannet Colony near Auckland, New Zealand - and take your camera!

Found on afriwildsararis.com photo by Sherry McKelvie

Woodland Kingfishers photographed at Kampala, Uganda by Sherry McKelvie. The Woodland Kingfisher (Halcyon senegalensis) is found throughout Sub Saharan Africa.

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KIng fisher birds- colorful birds -Kingfishers or Alcedinidae are a family of small to medium-sized, brightly colored birds in the order Coraciiformes.

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