This was much easier than catching the little blighter in flight!
For those who have been asking, I've found out now how the puffins manage to keep all those sand eels in their beak. They have a very strong tongue and they use that to hold the ones they've already caught while catching the next one. Brilliant! You can't help but love these little birds ...so long as you're not a sand eel.
|Camera:||canon 1d3 |
|Lens:||canon 100-400 L IS |
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|