This week I had been reading sitings of this bird on both coasts of Florida. This bird is not supposed to be in Florida, it lives much farther north summering off the coasts of Maine, Nova Scotia and Iceland. It only goes ashore to breed and nest spending most of it's life out at sea. After the reports of sightings my wife and I decided to drive to a barrier island about sixty miles away where they had been seen yesterday. Today broke with a cold front making it's way across the state with showers and thunderstorms. We decided to go in spite of the rain. It rained the whole drive to the island. Upon arriving the rain stopped. We got our gear out and headed over to a group of birders. One asked... " Are you here to see the Razorbills?" We answered.."Yes". He said... " They just left the Rod and Reel Pier and are heading this way". Soon enough the Razorbills rounded the jetty and swan towards the City Pier. The images posted below were shot from the City Pier as the Razorbills and Pelicans fed on a school of small fish. After 500 frames shot and a half hour in time it began to rain again, so we headed for home having accomplished our goal and feeling wonderful. So as I post these images I sit here sipping a glass of good Cabernet reliving the morning in the images. C&C welcomed and appreciated. Thank you for viewing.