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Birds of western Magellan Strait

April 18, 2018

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OK, I was out there on a scientific expedition related to indigenous forest use – but we spent a lot of time cruising Magellan Strait to get to the various research sites – so of course I took pictures of the bird life. Albatross, petrels, skuas – how could I not get into the bird photography! Oh, and penguins too!

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An albatross swoops over the waters in front of a magic Magellanic landscape.

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Black-browed albatross

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Southern giant petrel.

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Brown skuas.

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Magellanic penguins.

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Brown skua – checking me out.

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And just for fun… a sea lion!

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