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Here is one of the nestlings responsible for the racket on the cove. He even looks prehistoric. Got back up last evening with my camera. It's a regular rookery with at least six separate nests with, as you can see, with nestlings about ready to fend for themselves.
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6/7/2018 11:15:04 pm
What is the type of bird? Without a hooked beak doesnt look like a raptor or vulture.
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