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Bee-eater
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Bee-eater at Seaburn, County Durham, November 2012
Added: 1331 days ago by: jwasse1973
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Magellanic Woodpecker (9 of 9)
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Note the reddish-brown facial mask of the female, as well as the longer, more curled crest compared to the male.
Added: 1331 days ago by: Remco
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Magellanic Woodpecker (8 of 9)
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Watch how the male makes way for the female. giving up his prime feeding spot.
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Magellanic Woodpecker (7 of 9)
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Up close!
Added: 1331 days ago by: Remco
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Magellanic Woodpecker (4 of 9)
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The female usually fed on smaller, sometimes even thin, branches, while the males preferred the tree trunks.
Added: 1331 days ago by: Remco
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Magellanic Woodpecker (3 of 9)
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Introducing trip photographers Wesley, Paul and Hendrik-Jan.
Added: 1331 days ago by: Remco
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Magellanic Woodpecker (2 of 9)
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Watch the second male in the far right: it flies towards the first (foreground) male to disappear behind the same tree trunk.
Added: 1331 days ago by: Remco
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Magellanic Woodpecker (1 of 9)
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Two males and a female were watched for over 1.5 hour, an absolute trip highlight!
Added: 1331 days ago by: Remco
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Flightless Steamerduck
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Easily recognised by its call :-)
Added: 1333 days ago by: Remco
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Dolphin Gull
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On the day of boarding Plancius for our Atlantic Oddysey (that was cut short when we stranded in South Georgia).
Added: 1333 days ago by: Remco
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Elephant Seal
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Most individuals encountered were females, this is a young male. The adult males we saw were usually moulting, and were by-passed with great care.
Added: 1333 days ago by: Remco
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Antarctic Terns
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Videod from a moving zodiac.
Added: 1333 days ago by: Remco
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South Georgia Pipit
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The best I could manage from a moving zodiac. Feeding in kelp. Only found on offshore, mouse-free islets like this one, which is also home to a fantastic breeding colony of Wandering Albatross.
Added: 1333 days ago by: Remco
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Wandering Albatross chick
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On Prion Island, we counted up to 14 Snowy (Wandering) Albatross nests, with breeding adults and fully-grown chicks, such as this one.
Added: 1333 days ago by: Remco
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South Georgia Shags
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Playful are all mammals and tame are all birds at South Georgia.
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Southern Giant Petrels
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With the occasional Antarctic Prion paasing by as well.
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Adelie Penguins porpoising
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With an occasional Snow Petrel overhead.
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Adelie Penguins & Snow Petrels 2
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A rather funny sight.
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Adelie Penguins & Snow Petrels
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The feeling of witnessing a flock of this lovely little penguin in a still Antarctic environment is hard to describe.
Added: 1333 days ago by: Remco
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Southern Giant Petrel (White Nellie)
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Indeed a rare form; I can recollect seeing 4 in nearly two weeks on the southern Atlantic.
Added: 1334 days ago by: Remco
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