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Forster’s Tern2020-01-15T09:52:38-06:00

Forster’s Tern

Forster’s Tern look similar to Common Tern but are more of a marsh bird and winter along the southern US coasts.  They are smaller than gulls.  They forage by plunging to grab fish below the surface or dipping down for surface insects.

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A variety of terns. Photo featured in Now’s The Time To Sharpen Your ID Skills.

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Photo taken during FeatherFest 2018 .

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Photo taken on a Birding For Fun guided tour.


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