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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Magellanic Penguin
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Rather windy at Penguin Island in the mouth of Beagle Channel.
Added: 971 days ago by: Remco
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Snowy Sheathbill
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It landed, utterly unconcerned, on the roof of our Beagle Channel catamaran.
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Rock Shag
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A beautiful small cormorant, much rarer than its Patagonian congener the Imperial Shag.
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Fin Whale
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This sighting was during an Antarctic storm; later in this Atlantic Odyssey, in quieter waters, we would see up to 200 Fin Whales in a single group.
Added: 971 days ago by: Remco
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Snowy (Wandering) Albatross in flight (2 of 2)
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Some individuals would follow the ship sev days.
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Snowy (Wandering) Albatross in flight (1 of 2)
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Surely one of the best birds in the world!
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Black-bellied Stormpetrel and Grey-headed Albatross
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Illustrating how unexpected sightings can be in mid-ocean: while videoing the stormpetrel an albatross flew past nearby.
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Black-bellied Stormpetrel
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Showing its typical Fregetta toe-tipping behaviour.
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Hourglass Dolphins (5 of 5)
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Nothing in sight - and then, all of a sudden, these dolphins appear...!
Added: 972 days ago by: Remco
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Hourglass Dolphins (4 of 5)
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Apart from these, we saw Commerson's Dolphins on this trip (albeit at Rio Gallegos, coastal Patagonia)
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Hourglass Dolphin (3 of 5)
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Hard to tell how many there are in a pod.
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Hourglass Dolphin (2 of 5)
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Hard to predict where they'll surface.
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