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RE: Two American Terns
Hi there. I'm no expert on North American terns, but the second pic looks to be either Royal Tern or Elegant Tern - both big, orange-billed terns. The first one I'm not sure about. Maybe someone else
Two American Terns
I am currently spending a week in USA travelling in an RV. I came across these Terns that I could not identify so would very much appreciate any help in identifying them. First one was as we
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