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|B L||W W||W||Family||Latin Name|
|10" 25.4cm||17" 43.2cm||7oz. 198.4g||Alcidae||Synthliboramphus antiquus|
Distribution: The Ancient Murrelet is a small black and white thrush-sized Pacific alcid. This yellow-billed bird can be seen at some time during the year, from the western tip of the Aleutian Islands to southern California coast. This attractive seabird seen with its black hood and bib is seen far out at sea. It can be seen at some time each year along the coast and shores of the Aleutian chain, southern Alaska and northern British Columbia.