Gannet coming in to land at nesting colony, Bempton Cliffs
Gannet flying in with nesting material
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Gannet, Bempton Cliffs, East Yorkshire, Wildlife Photography, Nature, Birds
Gannets (Morus bassanus) are magnificent seabirds, whose British population occupies many of Scotland’s offshore islands during the breeding season. Between March and September Britain is in fact home to nearly 70% of the world's breeding gannet population, making their habitat internationally important.
A novel projection technique to identify important at-sea areas for seabird conservation: An example using Northern gannets breeding in the North East Atlantic. Description from birdguides.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Gannet by Csaba Lóki on 500px
A Cape Gannet stretches its wings before heading out to spend the day at sea feeding.