Gannet flying at Bempton Cliffs, England


Gannet, Bempton Cliffs, England

As a sort of “blast from the past”, a photo of a gannet flying at Bempton Cliffs, Yorkshire, England in July 2011.

Study: Northern Gannets have distinct personalities affecting where they feed & how likely they will prosper: here.

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