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Close-up of three gannet birds - one of a series Featured Gannets Print

Close-up of three gannet birds - one of a series

Thousands of gannets nest on the clifftops at Cape Kidnappers, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. Mated pairs preen and perform a ritual dance of recognition; growing fledglings exercise their wings.
Adults are mostly white, with pale yellow head; the chicks and juveniles are mostly brown with white spotting. Australasian gannet, (Morus serrator) related to boobies

© Wes Eggins

Portrait of a northern gannet on Helgoland, Germany Featured Gannets Print

Portrait of a northern gannet on Helgoland, Germany

Portrait of a northern gannet (morus bassanus or sula bassana) on Helgoland, a small island in the German Bight, North Sea.The first breeding pair of gannets came to this island in 1991

© 2015 Frans Sellies

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Nesting gannets on Helgoland, Germany Featured Gannets Print

Nesting gannets on Helgoland, Germany

Northern Gannets (Sula bassana or Morus bassanus) on Helgoland. Males and females bond for life. Since 1991, the Northern Gannet inhabits the rocky cliffs of Helgoland, a tiny island in the North Sea. The birds can be observed throughout the breeding season and display their behavior without feeling threatened by the visitors

© 2015 Frans Sellies