black guillemot

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northern Atlantic guillemot

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Some species are already at risk, including black guillemots, skate and harbour porpoise, as well as f lameshell, maerl and seagrass beds which act as the perfect habitat for numerous species and young fish and shellfish.
He sets out nesting boxes there, and in recent years at least 100 pairs of black guillemots have shown up.
Comparison with the previous survey shows that in the North, population increases were recorded for 12 species and declines for five, of which the largest were for kittiwake (-36pc) and black guillemot (-50pc).
Black guillemots, black and white seabirds with astonishingly red legs, mate for life; therefore, males and females are found swimming together in dead of winter.
Farther west, Black Guillemots, Black-throated Divers and Great Northern Divers have been sheltering close to Bangor Pier.
Holyhead harbour held two great-northern diver but there was no sign of the resident black guillemots.
Some species are already at risk, including black guillemots, skate and harbour porpoise, as well as flameshell, maerl and seagrass beds which act as the perfect habitat for numerous species and young fish and shellfish.
If you're lucky, your boat will take you past Witless Bay, Great Island, Green Island and Gull Island where you'll see thousands of sea birds such as Puffins, Murres, Kittiwakes, Northern Gannets and Black Guillemots.
We were lucky enough to see hordes of young black guillemots preparing to leave for the open sea, and then there was the gannet colony, which was extraordinary.
A watch from Penmaenmawr brought black guillemots across the Menai Straits, including a youngster perhaps from the small Anglesey population.
From Penmaenmawr last week were little auks, Slavonian grebe, red-throated divers and black guillemots.
WALKING the headland at Point Lynas, two black guillemots swam among the rocks while a young wheatear flew ahead.
Last weekend's RSPB cruise around Puffin Island found turnstones and black guillemots, which breed nearby.
Seabirds are returning to their nest areas: 10 puffins off Penmon Point and seven black guillemots in Holyhead harbour, while a Manx shearwater from RSPB South Stack was completing its spring journey from South America.
But seabirds are returning: black guillemots to Holyhead harbour and fulmars paired up from Llanddulas to the Llyn, others checking out the cliffs on their stiffened wings.