Wildlife Photography: Falkland Islands Wildlife Photographs


FALKLAND ISLANDS 

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Long-tailed Meadowlark

meadowlark

A male Long-tailed Meadowlark brings food for its chicks which are hiding in a clump of gorse

Photo ID: 105

Striated Caracara

striated caracara, johhn rook

The Striated Caracara (or Johnny Rook as it is known in the Falkland Islands is a scavanger but also takes penguin eggs from the colonies. It is considered to be one of the rarest birds of prey in the world but is widespread and quite common on the Falkland Islands

Photo ID: 106

Dolphin Gull

dolphin gull

Like the Striated Caracara the Dolphin Gull takes eggs from the penguin colonies

Photo ID: 107

Black-browed Albatross

michael gore, albatross

Black-browed Albatross

Photo ID: 143

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13 December 2017
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