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gull

member of the bird family Laridae. An effortless flier, webfooted, hookbeaked and an inhabitant of the shoreline.
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Installing the kittiwake cameras on the side of the Baltic building Richy Johnson
The study, which tracked and modelled behaviour of kittiwakes, shags, razorbills and guillemots, can help assess potential impacts from offshore wind farms and other activities and where protected areas of the seas should be, researchers said.
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In the 16 years since the last bird count, an entire colony of 500 kittiwakes has vanished from eastern Anglesey.
Kittiwake Cam received PS10,000 through Heritage Lottery Fund.
Of course, you can find kittiwake colonies elsewhere--around 380,000 pairs nest throughout the UK--but the Tyneside colony has become a tourist attraction since the birds began nesting there in the 1960s.
7m) deal, which was announced in late October, includes also NSIP (GKA) Ltd, owning the Kittiwake to Forties oil export pipeline.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 3, 2014-EnQuest closes purchase of Centrica's 50% interest in Greater Kittiwake Area
For example, colony counts on Ailsa Craig showed a 71 per cent decrease in number of kittiwake pairs since 2001.
Scores more of the stricken birds - guillemots, razorbills and kittiwake - had to be rescued in Dorset, Devon and Cornwall.
Energizer's third dam is 1988 Coronation Stakes winner Magic Of Life and he is the second winner of the meeting descended from Kittiwake, a Grade 2-winning daughter of Sea-Bird, after Dawn Approach.
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