Spring Watch brings us the latest in science and technology, with burrow cameras to film the puffin as they lay their eggs. And tags on shag to note where they forage, how deep they dive, and how far they must go to find food sources.
I’ve tweeted Spring Watch to ask if shag sit with open beak to regulate body temperature. We photographed a shag sitting in full sun, beak wide. No shelter from the heat on the exposed cliffs. Or from the fog, wind and rain after we left.
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