hatchlings weigh about 180 grams, and by 70 days old, reach up to 28 times their birth weight!
is a threatened plant endemic to scattered sites on southern Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands!photo: © Tab Tannery
breed in the boreal forest, where they are the only gull species known to regularly nest in trees!
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Located along the western side of the mouth of the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, the island has been observed to be important habitat for a third of the North American Razorbill population, with an estimate of 52,000 birds observed!