Saturday, 13 March 2010

Fulmar Flyby


Fulmar Flyby, originally uploaded by julian sawyer.

All of a sudden, it seems, the cliffs at Durlston are alive again with sea birds. Apart from the Fulmars, plenty of Guillemots, a few Razorbills, Shags, Black Backed and Herring Gulls all trying to 'out noise' each other.

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