A Southern Antarctica Fulmar in flight. These birds have a circumpolar distribution at sea.
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- A Black-browed Albatross in flight. These birds are widespread in the southern seas. A single egg is hatched each year.
- A Light-mantled Sooty Albatross in flight. These birds can be distinguished from their dark-mantled cousins by the blue stripe sulcus along the lower mandible. A sighting of Sooty Albatrosses is said to bring good fortune.
- A rare white morph Southern Giant Petrel with plumage flecked with black.
- A Wandering Albatross in flight. These magnificent birds have a larger wingspan than any other bird in the world.
- Two Northern Giant Petrels in flight. These birds are widespread in the southern seas.
- A Northern Giant Petrel in flight. These birds are widespread in the southern seas.
- Pelican at sunrise, Sea of Cortez, La Ventanaz, Baja California, Mexico
- A Northern Giant Petrel in flight off Shag Rocks. These birds are the size of a small albatross and have a single tubular nostril on the top of the bill.
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