oceanic bird

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Compared with most inland birds, oceanic birds wait a long time before breeding -- from four to five years for puffins to as many as 10 years for the gigantic albatrosses, explains Podolsky.
It doesn't involve just watching the sea but scanning over the waves for any oceanic birds that may be passing - and an onshore wind helps.
His greatest contribution to scientific illustration was his accompanying paintings for Robert Cushman Murphy's book Oceanic Birds of South America (1936).
Nevertheless, Finkelstein's discovery of increased DDT in oceanic birds indicates that the problem is not going away quickly.
The Bay of Biscay, which the ship sails across from Portsmouth to Spain, is one of the best places to see whales and dolphins, plus oceanic birds.
are the most skillful swimmers of all birds and perhaps should be considered as oceanic birds.