Aaah, there you are by Edwin Kats

Northern Gannets (Morus bassanus) are strictly a marine species which wanders mostly over continental shelves, feeding on shoaling pelagic fish which are mostly caught by plunge-diving from large heights. It also attends trawlers and will form large congregations where food is plentiful. Breeding is highly seasonal starting between March and April, usually in large colonies on cliffs and offshore islands, but also sometimes on the mainland. Young birds will migrate to the extreme south of its range, whereas adults range less extensively but still regularly winter in the Mediterranean and Gulf of Mexico. (more) Thank you EmuWren for the ID