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    Quote Originally Posted by NFLD Stephen View Post
    I wonder if we all see the same puffin...I suspect there are more than one, but may not have the distinctive beak/feet visible (but I know one does anyway).
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    Ok...the one I found is in the top left. Facing away from us at an angle. But you can see the beak. I would say ~20% of the frame down from the top and ~10% from the left of the frame.

    Are there others?

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    The one I "think" I found is a the very bottom, left side about 1/4 over in the photo.
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    Upper left is the only one I found but I quit looking when I found it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    Upper left is the only one I found but I quit looking when I found it
    That's the one I found too.

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    I take it back, after further review I think the one with the sharp pointy orange bill I found at the very bottom is NOT a puffin but another species I think. Can you guys (and gals) identify the bird, I cannot.
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    Yes, the one I see is upper left as well. I believe that is the only one where the beak and feet are visible, but I see a few that may also be puffins, just facing away from the camera with feet hidden. Ultimately it is very hard to distinguish unless you see the beak and/or feet.

    The one at the bottom is still a common murre, but has his beak open. The inside of their mouths is orange colored which is what you see here. Not common to see them with their mouths open though, I had to google them to be sure.

    Stephen

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    Looking for the puffin was fun, but I'm the guy who thought a vulture was and eagle, so I had no luck!

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    Gosling Foraging

    2018_05_29_0551_LR_upd_8x10 by dthrog00, on Flickr

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    Another from the same series.

    2018_05_29_9639_LR_upd_8x10 by dthrog00, on Flickr

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    A couple grey jays I just got around to processing:

    Grey Jay 2 by Stephen, on Flickr

    Grey Jay by Stephen, on Flickr

    Stephen

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