This bird was commissioned by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park as the razorbill is the emblem for the Park.
Nesting time is a good time to study and sketch razorbills because they throw caution to the wind and will tolerate the presence of humans along the cliff tops. They probably feel secure on the narrow ledges that they often share with Guillemots. I was particularly keen to get some close up sketches of the beak, which is quite complex.
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