Razorbill (Alca torda) Torda-mergulheira

 Razorbills are a strictly over-wintering species anywhere along the coast, superficially akin to a Guillemot but with a diagnostic white vertical stripe half-way along its short, blunt bill and another white line stretching from the base of its bill to the front of the eye. In winter plumage it shows a white ear. The pictures on this page were taken on a summer trip to the Farne Islands off the north-eastern coast of England.

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