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Peter C. Harper

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Fig. 10: Head study of a Westland Black Petrel (Procellaria westiandica). Note the powerful beak, typical of the Procellaria Petrels. — — Photo: P. C. Harper Fig. 12: An Antarctic Petrel (Thalassoica antarctica) in flight. — — Photo: P. C. Harper Fig. 13: A Fluttering Shearwater (Puffinus gavia) resting on the sea. — — Photo: P. C. Harper Fig. 14: Head study of a Buller's Shearwater (Puffinus bulleri). Note the long slender beak and long neck, typical of the shearwaters. — —Photo: P. C. Harper Fig. 16: A Snow Petrel (Pagodroma nivea) in flight. — — Photo: P. C. Harper Fig. 17: Head study of a Black-bellied Storm Petrel (Fregetta tropica). Note small, slender bill and conspicuous nostril tubes typical of storm petrels. — — Photo: P. C. Harper Fig. 5: A group of Wandering Albatrosses (Diomedea exulens) showing typical plumage variation seen at sea. The dark bird on the lower right is a Giant Petrel. — —Photo: P. C. Harper Fig. 7: A Wandering Albatross preparing to take off. In calm weather these birds are forced to run considerable distances across the water before becoming airborne. — —Photo: P. C. Harper


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