Northern Gannets – Bass Rock

A few shots of Northern Gannets taken on a foggy morning in May.  Bass Rock is the temporary home to one of the worlds largest colony of Gannets with numbers around 150,000 during peak breeding season.  The Gannets stay around until Sep/Oct when they leave for warmer climates.  An excellent trip and experience provided by the Scottish Seabird Centre at North Berwick.

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