What do they all eat?

What do Razorbill eat?

What do Razorbill eatThey mainly eat fish, like sandeels, herring and capelin, also some crustaceans and marine worms.


Razorbill description:

The Razorbill, Alca torda, is a large auk, 38–43 cm in length, with a 60–69 cm wingspan. It is the only living member of the genus Alca.
Adult birds are black on their upperparts and white on the breast and belly. The thick black bill has a blunt end. The tail is pointed and longer than that of a Murre. In winter, the throat and upper chest turn white.
heir breeding habitat is islands, rocky shores and cliffs on northern Atlantic coasts, in eastern North America as far south as Maine, and in western Europe from northwestern Russia to northern France. North American birds migrate offshore and south, ranging from the Grand Banks of Newfoundland to New England. Eurasian birds also winter at sea, with some moving south as far as the western Mediterranean.

what do Razorbill eats


Are you curious? See more: