Black Guillemot, cute seabird off the coast of Acadia National Park
This is their habitat.
I had to climb out on the rocks and hope one would come closer.
I was in luck. Note their white underwing and top of wing.
They have red feet but who know they had a red bill!
After diving down this one caught a crab.
The white on the wings makes them visible from a distance.
Resting on the rocks.
These are very cute little seabirds in the group known as Alcids. Alcids, which include Dovkie, murres, guillemots, murrelets, auklets, and puffins, spend most of their time at sea and breed on remote islands. Many have breeding and non-breeding plumages and the sexes look alike. Alcids use their wings to propel them during dives.