This Razorbill has just returned from a successful fishing trip and is enjoying his catch while drying in the evening sun.
Razorbills dive deep into the sea using their wings and their streamlined bodies to propel themselves toward their prey. The majority of their feeding occurs at a depth of 25 m (82 ft) but they have the ability to dive up to 120 m (390 ft) below the surface. During a single dive an individual can capture and swallow many fish. Razorbills spend approximately 44% of their time foraging at sea. They may well fly more than 100 km (62 mi) out to sea to feed.