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Old 03-06-11, 09:28 AM
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Agree with Roy, if you want to see the Puffins dont leave it too late, once the young have fledge they wont be back until next year..
Its great to see them bring food back to there young.
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I enjoyed photographing Puffins & others at Farne Islands, will go again
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Default Bird of prey migration

Bird of prey migration is quite spectacular now and for the next month or so in the Straits of Gibraltar, great for watching or even photographing.
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