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White-throated Mountain-gem (13) (Lampornis castaneoventris) User: Sue  (See all photos - 3582) (Comments - 3260)
Panama Guadeloupe,Chiriqui Province
Views: 77
Date: March 7, 2020
Details: Male
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Rose-breasted Grosbeak (62) (Pheucticus ludovicianus) User: Sue  (See all photos - 3582) (Comments - 3260)
Panama Chiriqui Province
Views: 62
Date: March 7, 2020
Details: Female
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Yellow-billed Pintail (1) (Anas georgica) User: klogan  (See all photos - 635) (Comments - 27)
  Also known as the South Georgia Pintail (it may get full species status one day). These birds were pretty confiding on their small pan hidden amongst the tussac grass
Views: 45
Date: March 5, 2020
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User: klogan  (See all photos - 635) (Comments - 27)
  The Subantarctic Skuas are well practiced scavengers around all the penguin rookeries
Views: 52
Date: March 5, 2020
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User: klogan  (See all photos - 635) (Comments - 27)
  This South Georgia Shag was common on the many rocky outcrops
Views: 46
Date: March 5, 2020
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South Georgia Pipit (1) (Anthus antarcticus)
Near-threatened
User: klogan  (See all photos - 635) (Comments - 27)
  The only passerine to breed below the Antarctic convergence this Pipit is making a real comeback following the mice and rat eradication programme on S Georgia
Views: 51
Date: March 5, 2020
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Snowy Sheathbill (2) (Chionis albus) User: klogan  (See all photos - 635) (Comments - 27)
  we found small flocks of up to 8 birds together
Views: 41
Date: March 5, 2020
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Snowy Sheathbill (2) (Chionis albus) User: klogan  (See all photos - 635) (Comments - 27)
  Snowy (or Pale-faced) Sheathbills were numerous on the rocky outcrops
Views: 36
Date: March 5, 2020
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Northern Giant Petrel (4) (Macronectes halli)
Near-threatened
User: klogan  (See all photos - 635) (Comments - 27)
  A different perspective from those you get at sea
Views: 39
Date: March 5, 2020
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Macaroni Penguin (2) (Eudyptes chrysolophus)
Vulnerable
User: klogan  (See all photos - 635) (Comments - 27)
  It was difficult to find some birds which had finished their moult
Views: 43
Date: March 5, 2020
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Macaroni Penguin (2) (Eudyptes chrysolophus)
Vulnerable
User: klogan  (See all photos - 635) (Comments - 27)
  Macaroni Penguins are different. They prefer ( as do the Rockhoppers) steep cliffs which they climb up with remarkable agility. These were inaccessible by land and could only be viewed from the zodiacs
Views: 52
Date: March 5, 2020
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Gentoo Penguin (3) (Pygoscelis papua)
Near-threatened
User: klogan  (See all photos - 635) (Comments - 27)
  There were always a few Gentoo scattered around the edges of these vast King Penguin rookeries
Views: 49
Date: March 5, 2020
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King Penguin (5) (Aptenodytes patagonicus) User: klogan  (See all photos - 635) (Comments - 27)
  King Penguins have a unique breeding cycle among birds raising two chicks every 3 years. This means that during the summer months there always birds with eggs, youngsters which they keep on their feet and juveniles like this one
Views: 37
Date: March 7, 2020
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King Penguin (5) (Aptenodytes patagonicus) User: klogan  (See all photos - 635) (Comments - 27)
  We had 3 landings on S Georgia all with vast King Penguin Colonies. The noise and smell of 250000 king Penguins needs to seen to be believed
Views: 42
Date: March 6, 2020
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Antarctic Prion (2) (Pachyptila desolata) User: klogan  (See all photos - 635) (Comments - 27)
  I find the prions the most difficult birds to ID at sea. They never rarely come close enough to give you a good shot and camera angles can be deceptive in deciding on bill shape and size. I thought this could also be a slender-billed Prion which breeds on the Falklands. Any opinions welcomed.
Views: 45
Date: March 3, 2020
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