Razorbill – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Razorbill, Alca torda, is a large auk, 38-43 cm in length, with a 60-69 cm wingspan. It is the only living member of the genus Alca. Adult birds are black on their upperparts and white on the breast and belly. The thick black bill has a blunt end. The tail is pointed and longer than that of a Murre.

Razorbill – Bird Information by the Scottish Seabird Centre
Razorbill. Alca torda . The razorbill is a medium-sized seabird. It is black above and white below. It has a thick black beak which is deep and blunt, unlike the thinner bill of …

Razorbill – Alca torda – ARKive
Razorbill – Alca torda – ARKive … British Birds  >  Razorbill … Wildscreen 2003-2008.  By using this …

Razorbill (Alca torda)
Identification. The almost rectangular bill with two white lines, one vertical, one horizontal, makes the whole head of a Razorbill look chunkier than that of a Guillemot.

National Audubon Society – Waterbirds – Razorbill
Bird Conservation > Waterbird Conservation > Razorbill Alca torda. Family: ALCIDAE Order: Charadriiformes Spanish Common Name: Alca común French Common Name: Petit pingouin

Birds of Iceland: Alca torda, razorbill
Information on razorbills, Alca torda, on Iceland with photo’s … Alca torda; like all auks razorbills are birds of seas and oceans. Their very characteristic heavy beaks with a …

ADW: Alca torda: Information
… egg size has the same effect on wing-feather growth in the Razorbill as in other birds. … Foraging behavior and time allocation of chick-rearing Razorbill *Alca Torda* at …

The RSPB: Razorbill
The RSPB speaks out for birds and wildlife, tackling the problems that threaten … Razorbill Alca torda, in flight, RSPB Ramsey Island reserve – RSPB Images – Ben Hall (rspb-images …

Razorbill – Alca torda – Information – ARKive
Information about the Razorbill (Alca torda) – ARKive … Seabirds, including the razorbill, were among the first bird species given protection by …

All About Birds: Razorbill
Razorbill (Alca torda). In The Birds of North America, No. 635 (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.). The Birds of North America, Inc., Philadelphia, PA.

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