black guillemot

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northern Atlantic guillemot

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All of England's gannets and black guillemots are found in the region, along with virtually all the puffins, Arctic terns, roseate terns, kittiwakes and razorbill.
Sequences from pigeon and spectacled guillemots were more closely related to each other than to those from black guillemots, despite the greater morphological similarity between pigeon and black guillemots.
The first birds to arrive in the polynya region were common ravens (Corms corax; 22 April), snow buntings (Plectrophenax nivalis; 23 April), and rock ptarmigan (Lagopus mutus; 23 April), and the first marine birds observed were northern fulmars (30 April; Table 2), although Prach and Smith (1992) found black guillemots (Cepphus grvlle) in the polynya in March.
AUIEO BLACK GUILLEMOT is the best untainted term for this sequence, but there is a gap on the Best of the Rest list.
No such huge arrivals on the mainland, but 70 wheatears on the Great Orme was impressive, where at least three ring ouzels and a male redstart were also found, and a black guillemot swam below the cliffs.
We suspect that heavy snow also explains much of the observed black guillemot chick mortality at St.
Seabirds are busy on their nesting ledges around the Anglesey coast, though a Black Guillemot off Llandudno Pier was unusual.
Britten Harter, University of Manitoba, is studying the effects of global warming and the retreat of Arctic pack ice on the daily chick growth and breeding success of the black guillemot (Cepphus grylle); and Lea Randall, University of Calgary, is researching the response of insectivorous mammals to insect infestation in the northern boreal forest.
Bardsey bird observatory also recorded Black Guillemot, Iceland Gull and Hooded Crow.
Black Guillemot Cepphus grylle: This species winters and possibly breeds on the Bering Sea coast of the Chukotka Peninsula.
This week's winds brought Little Gulls to Criccieth and Pwllheli and a Grey Phalarope, Kittiwakes and a Black Guillemot to Porthmadog's Glaslyn Marshes.
More black redstarts this week, new birds at Beaumaris, Llandyrnog, Point Lynas and Porthmadog, where a black guillemot is near the yacht club.
A few Great Northern Divers have been seen this week, perhaps driven inshore by strong winds: birds were off Morfa Madryn, Penmon, Holyhead harbour and the Little Orme, where a Black Guillemot sighting was the product of a seawatch.