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By JohnM6
Another image from the Bempton Cliff shoot. Although the head and neck of these seabirds remains identical
the plumage varies quite a lot. Thanks for taking the time to look and, hopefully, comment on my efforts.

Tags: Flight Gannet Bempton cliffs Rspb Seabird Wildlife and nature

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15 Jul 2012 1:15PM
Nice capture - is this subadult plumage? A

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JohnM6 9 5 1 England
15 Jul 2012 1:51PM
Sorry, I've no idea A. This was my first time and I know nothing about thier life cycle. I can recognise
quite a few birds of land and sea (British that is) but that is about my limit I'm sorry to say. I really
should take the time to study them more.Tongue
15 Jul 2012 2:41PM
I think this is a young gannet...GrinGrin
great captur like it GrinGrinGrinGrin
Chinga Plus
5 3 1 United Kingdom
15 Jul 2012 6:37PM
Beautiful shot...
Ayoob 5 Australia
20 Jul 2012 3:18PM
Wonderful in flight shot ,beautiful detail and very well presented..........GrinGrinGrin
Irishkate Plus
6 38 100 United Kingdom
30 Aug 2012 10:44AM
A beauty in flight.
It came up in E2Featured and having recently
photographed an injured gannet in Embo, was interested.
Lovely to see on in flight.
Impressive image.

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