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Arctic terns - Highlands

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Old Thursday 23rd July 2020, 08:39   #1
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Arctic terns - Highlands

Good numbers this year and the chicks have hatched and are learning to fly.
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A few arctic tern chicks and fledglings taken over the last couple of weeks. The chicks are mostly all flying now. They'll soon be off again I guess. I'll miss them.
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Great News,George.
Thanks for sharing
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Lovely - I can tell at a glance from Common only when they are juvs!
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