Another Noddy Pic

A second imagine from our time ashore Noddy Island: Dominic explored the inner workings of a large bush providing shelter for a number of young noddy families. This bird was collecting leaves and twigs, and attempting to intimidate Dominic with his white cap and ferocious 18 inch wing span. The noddy population is also thriving in Fakarava; a flock of about ten spent yesterday hovering over a school of jumping surgeon fishes around our stern. We think both noddies and surgeons were likely hunting the same bait fish at the surface.