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Black-throated Diver

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  1. Black-throated Diver (Gavia arctica) Images Pictures, Nature Wildlife Photos - Nature Images - NaturePhoto.
  2. Latest Sightings of Black-throated Diver The latest sighting details and map for Black-throated Diver are only available to our BirdGuides Ultimate or our BirdGuides Pro subscribers. Please login or subscribe to view this information.
  3. Black-throated Divers are the least common of the three Diver species regularly wintering around Ireland’s coastline and tend to be less gregarious, with single birds or small groups of two to three birds usually observed. In Ireland this species will usually be seen in winter plumage when the bold black and white patterns of the upper body.
  4. Black-throated Diver posted 1 Feb , by Andy Birder [ updated 8 May , ] An appointment in Dereham meant a drive past Swanton Morley to get back to the office yesterday, and with good light for a change thought I'd try my luck with the Black-troated Diver on Holkham Lake.
  5. Black-throated Diver ad summer plumage present on F1 Found by Dai John this morning (per Mark Merritt Dave Lowe et al) Gates open tomorrow at Also, 2 Sanderling Dunlin Yellow Wagtail. Photos courtesy of Lew: Murky day beautiful bird please view at p. Posted by Badger at.
  6. Black-throated Diver: Large and duck-like with a rather short, sharp, pointed bill, and long, thick neck. Head and back of neck are grey, throat black, and sides of neck and breast white with thin, black streaks. Back is black with white spotting and thick barring, and the underparts are white.
  7. The black-throated diver is a large waterbird: larger than the great crested grebe but smaller than the cormorant in size. They look smart in their summer plumage, with a black throat, silky grey head and neck, and a black and white-chequered back. In the winter, black-throated divers turn a very dark grey above and white below, with an obvious.
  8. Scapa Flow - Black-throated diver - Distribution (SNH WMS) This map layer is a Web Map Service provided by a third party. Data is automatically updated and made available by the data owners, but can be viewed in the NMPi portal.

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