Great skua / Storjo
On the way to Lundeura you have to walk past a large swamp that has several Great skuas breeding on it.
The English name and species name "skua" is believed to originate from the Faroese skúvur or skúgvur [ˈskɪkvʊər] and is the only known bird name to originate from the Faroes that has come into regular use elsewhere.
They will often obtain fish by robbing gulls, terns and even northern gannets of their catches. They will also directly attack and kill other seabirds, up to the size of great black-backed gulls.
Settings: 400mm - ƒ/5.6 - 1/250s - ISO 200
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