Svalbard little auks, continued


Little auk couple together, Svalbard, 6 June 2013

Spitsbergen, 6 June 2013. Still at the little auk colony.

Little auk couple still together, Svalbard, 6 June 2013

Little auks flying and Isfjord mountains, Svalbard, 6 June 2013

Sometimes, they flew away to the sea; to feed on small fish and small crustaceans.

Little auks still flying and Isfjord mountains, Svalbard, 6 June 2013

The little auk chicks get only crustaceans. However, it was still too early in summer for chicks.

Little auks flying and sitting, Svalbard, 6 June 2013

Eventually, the adult little auks come back to their mountain slope colony.

Little auck on rock, Svalbard, 6 June 2013

Franz Josef Land little auks photo: here.

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