Razorbill (Alca torda) is most common in the Arctic Circle. Its breeding grounds are islands, rocky shores and cliffs located along the shores of the North Atlantic, eastern North America as far south as Maine, and in Western Europe from northwestern Russia to the north of France. North American birds are migrating and wintering at sea off the coast in an area stretching from the Grand Banks of Newfoundland to New England.
Razorbill is a colonial seabird That Will only come to land in order to breed.
The bird feeds by diving for fish, but also in marine crustaceans and worms.
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