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Search results for: Skua-(Bird)

CLIMATECHANGE-ANTARCTICA/
RTX5SG39
April 18, 2018
A skua stands on Deception Island, which is the Caldera of an active volcano in Antarctica, February...
DECEPTION ISLAND, Antarctica
A skua stands on Deception Island, Antarctica
A skua stands on Deception Island, which is the Caldera of an active volcano in Antarctica, February 17, 2018. Reuters/Alexandre Meneghini
FALKLANDS/
RTR2ZCX0
March 15, 2012
A seagull perches on a pier as two Falkland Skua birds fly away in Port Stanley, March 14, 2012. REUTERS/Marcos...
Port Stanley, Falkland Islands
A seagull perches on a pier as two Falkland Skua birds fly away in Port Stanley
A seagull perches on a pier as two Falkland Skua birds fly away in Port Stanley, March 14, 2012. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS)
ANTARCTICA/BIRDS
RTR23IP4
January 17, 2009
A penguin walks on the runway at the British Rothera research station on the Antarctic Peninsula January...
Antarctica
A penguin walks on the runway at the British Rothera research station on the Antarctic Peninsula
A penguin walks on the runway at the British Rothera research station on the Antarctic Peninsula January 16, 2009. Another type of bird, the south polar skua, is becoming a menace to planes by gathering on the runway, which is warmer than the surrounding snow. REUTERS/Alister Doyle (ANTARCTICA)
ANTARCTICA/BIRDS
RTR23IOZ
January 17, 2009
Michael Thomas, a Radio Operator at the Rothera airport on the Antarctic Peninsula, monitors skua birds...
Antarctica
Michael Thomas, a Radio Operator at the Rothera airport on the Antarctic Peninsula, monitors skua birds...
Michael Thomas, a Radio Operator at the Rothera airport on the Antarctic Peninsula, monitors skua birds that have become a threat to planes by developing a liking for sitting on the airstrip in Antarctica January 14, 2009. Bird strikes can down planes. REUTERS/Alister Doyle (ANTARCTICA)
ANTARCTICA/BIRDS
RTR23IOS
January 17, 2009
John Loines, of the British Antarctic Survey, holds up his arm to fend off an attack by a south polar...
None, Antarctica
John Loines, of the British Antarctic Survey, holds up his arm to fend off an attack by a south polar...
John Loines, of the British Antarctic Survey, holds up his arm to fend off an attack by a south polar skua as he checks the nest of one of the birds on Lagoon Island, Antarctica January 14, 2009. The birds, the most southerly in the world, are becoming a threat to planes at Antarctic airstrips by developing a liking for sitting on the runways, which are warmer than surrounding snow. REUTERS/Alister Doyle (ANTARCTICA)
ANTARCTICA/
RTXAYSA
November 25, 2008
A Skua flies over the Antarctic ocean November 24, 2008. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (ANTARCTICA)
ANTARTICA, Antarctica
A Skua flies over the Antarctic ocean
A Skua flies over the Antarctic ocean November 24, 2008. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (ANTARCTICA)
ANTARCTICA/WITNESS
RTR1WC5S
January 27, 2008
Skua birds take off after swimming in a pool of water near the Norwegian Troll station in Antarctica...
None, Antarctica
To match ANTARCTICA/WITNESS
Skua birds take off after swimming in a pool of water near the Norwegian Troll station in Antarctica January 20. Scientists say that pools of water can form naturally in Antarctica even when temperatures are below freezing. To match ANTARCTICA/WITNESS REUTERS/Alister Doyle
ANTARCTICA
RTRLDLJ
January 27, 1999
A mother Skua guards her chick on a rocky outcrop among ice at McMurdo Bay, in Antarctica January 28....
Mcmurdo Sound, Antartica
A MOTHER SKUA GUARDS HER CHICK IN ANTARCTICA.
A mother Skua guards her chick on a rocky outcrop among ice at McMurdo Bay, in Antarctica January 28. These scavenger birds live in some of the harshest conditions on earth and have a wingspans of more than three feet. They can even be found hundreds of miles from the coast high up and on the polar ice cap.

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