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Birds of Galapagos

A magnificent frigate in North Seymour.Photo: Picasa
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Red-footed boobies in Floreana.Photo: Picasa
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Red-footed booby (nesting).Photo: Picasa
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A Nazca booby in Espanola.Photo: Picasa
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A baby Nazca in Espanola.Photo: Picasa
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A mother Nazca waiting for her egg to hatch on Espanola Island.Photo: Picasa
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A mother Nazca in Espanola.Photo: Picasa
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A Nazca booby colony in Espanola.Photo: Picasa
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A blue-footed booby on Espanola Island.Photo: Picasa
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A Nazca mother preening herself in Espanola.Photo: Picasa
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A Galapagos hawk in Espanola.Photo: Picasa
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Courting Nasca boobies.Photo: Picasa
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A Nazca mother and her hatchling in Espanola.Photo: Picasa
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A hood mocking bird in Espanola.Photo: Picasa
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A yellow warbler on Floreana Island.Photo: Picasa
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Yellow warblers in Floreana.Photo: Picasa
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A heron in Bartolome.Photo: Picasa
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A yellow-crowned night Heron in Bartolome.Photo: Picasa
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A yellow-crowned night heron in Bartolome.Photo: Picasa
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A swallow-tailed Gull in North Seymour.Photo: Picasa
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A swallow-tailed gull.Photo: Picasa
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Swallow-tailed gulls.Photo: Picasa
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A Nazca booby in Espanola.Photo: Picasa
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A frigate in flight over North Seymour.Photo: Picasa
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A pair of blue-footed boobies in courtship dance on North Seymour Island.Photo: Picasa
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Blue-footed boobies in courtship dance.Photo: Picasa
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A blue-footed booby.Photo: Picasa
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Blue-footed booby.Photo: Picasa
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A magnificent frigate in North Seymour.Photo: Picasa
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The magnificent frigate.Photo: Picasa
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A baby frigate in North Seymour.Photo: Picasa
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A mother frigate with her hatchling in North Seymour.Photo: Picasa
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A baby frigate in North Seymour.Photo: Picasa
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A frigate in flight over North Seymour.Photo: Picasa
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A frigate with his females, North Seymour.Photo: Picasa
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A male frigate not yet courting, in Santa Cruz.Photo: Picasa
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A male frigate, Santa Cruz.Photo: Picasa
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