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Cetacean News: Norfolk, Humpback Whale still off Sea Palling to 16:00 at least. 28 Long-finned Pilot Whales off Weybourne at 16:00 then Sheringham at 16:40.
16:55 15/10/14
15:19 14/10/14
13:40
15:07 14/10/14
14:30
12:15 14/10/14
11:25 14/10/14
11:00
10:07 14/10/14
10:00
13:49 05/10/14
13:10
11:19 05/10/14
10:48 27/09/14
09:40

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Gannet breeds in the following countries (Bird News Extra subscribers will see population statistics and information on trends for each country, and a map of population densities):

Faroe Islands
France
Germany
Iceland
Ireland
Norway
Russia

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Mon 10/02/14
Seabirds' personalities determine feeding styles
Seabirds' personalities determine feeding styles
Recent studies suggest that seabirds have distinct individual personalities that affect where they feed and how likely they are to prosper.  read on read on
Wed 13/11/13
Incredible 'Gannet Cam' captures bird's-eye view
Incredible 'Gannet Cam' captures bird's-eye view
Miniature cameras attached to Pembrokeshire Gannets have produced some fascinating footage.  read on read on
Wed 12/06/13
Gannets don't share their food
Gannets don't share their food
A new study has found that British Gannets feed in areas exclusive to their colonies.  read on read on
Wed 20/03/13
Bird-borne cameras reveal Gannet habits
Bird-borne cameras reveal Gannet habits
Will the ban on fishing discards make life harder for Gannets?  read on read on
Tue 21/02/12
Scientists predict where seabirds forage
Scientists predict where seabirds forage
Computer modelling may help to protect seabird foraging areas.  read on read on
Tue 24/05/11
RSPB: Seabird programme to track Europe's seabirds beyond the blue horizon
RSPB Seabird programme to track Europe's seabirds beyond the blue horizon
A new Europe-wide study to track our seabirds.  read on read on
Tue 15/03/11
Looking for Maximus
Looking for Maximus
Plucked from Bass Rock and flown to Cornwall in 2008, Maximus the Gannet should be heading back home soon.  read on read on
Mon 22/03/10
RSPB: Seabird couple keep up their record
RSPB Seabird couple keep up their record
Faithful Gannets arrive back at RSPB Bempton Cliffs.  read on read on
Wed 26/09/07 Webzine subscribers only
Identification of Cape Gannet
Identification of Cape Gannet
The Cape Gannet has flirted with the British List for decades; ID expert Martin Garner clarifies the features to look for.  log in log in

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