National Geographic : 1936 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE @ National Geographic Society RAZOR-BILLED AUKS AND MURRES GO FISHING IN NATTY "FULL DRESS" On the higher rock squats a full-grown razor-bill of the Atlantic in summer garb, while overhead flies its immature offspring in winter's whiter plumage. Sometimes parents teach chicks to swim by pushing them off cliffs. In the foreground, wearing summer attire, sits a murre, so named from its murmuring call; and rising from the water is another in winter feathering. On the surface rests an immature Briinnich's murre in cold-weather costume.