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Cory's Shearwater

Calonectris diomedea borealis

Description:

A few of the many individuals spotted during the boat trip from Peniche to Berlenga, where a colony over 80 couples breed. A quite emblematic bird from Portugal's fauna, being the most familiar shearwater species during most months of the year. Despite being exclusively pelagic, it can be spotted from beaches and capes quite easily.

Habitat:

Open Waters

Notes:

Cagarra; Pardela-de-bico-amarelo

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2 Comments

PedroNicolau
PedroNicolau 6 years ago

Thank you, Madalena. Berlengas are awesome indeed.

mendes.madalena
mendes.madalena 6 years ago

love the Berlengas! this is very cool, the first pic is beautiful

PedroNicolau
Spotted by
PedroNicolau

Portugal

Lat: 39.38, Long: -9.42

Spotted on Sep 10, 2013
Submitted on Sep 21, 2013

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