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Old Sunday 14th October 2018, 06:43   #1
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Greater Crested Tern in Djibouti

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I have seen a few Tern and I have identified them as Great Crested Terns mould in to winter plumage, they all fly with a fork tail as the bird in the first picture.

But today I spotted one bird flying with a tail formed as a V. Anyone know the reason for the different tail?

For me it seems that they are flying in the same way but different tails

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Old Sunday 14th October 2018, 08:54   #2
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Agree they are Greater Crested/Swift Terns.
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The Crested (Swift) Terns I see in Queensland have greenish-yellow bills, whereas Lesser Crested have orange bills like these birds, and show the very white forehead pictured here. I imagine the tail fork is due to either moult or the way the bird is holding the tail.
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The Crested (Swift) Terns I see in Queensland have greenish-yellow bills, whereas Lesser Crested have orange bills like these birds, and show the very white forehead pictured here. I imagine the tail fork is due to either moult or the way the bird is holding the tail.
The pics look very red-toned to me, both in the brown-ness of the bird and the water colour - if I edit this (below), the bill ends up yellower. Also, this bird is much too dark for Lesser Crested, which is only marginally darker than Sandwich Tern, and the bill also too massive for LCT (bill almost identical to Sandwich in size & shape). So I'd go for Greater (proviso: no personal experience of Greater!).
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The pics look very red-toned to me, both in the brown-ness of the bird and the water colour - if I edit this (below), the bill ends up yellower. Also, this bird is much too dark for Lesser Crested, which is only marginally darker than Sandwich Tern, and the bill also too massive for LCT (bill almost identical to Sandwich in size & shape). So I'd go for Greater (proviso: no personal experience of Greater!).
Nutcracker, thanks again. You have really been a great help here on Birdforum

They might be a bit redish as it is early morning and the sun is really red

You remember our Gull thread a while back, the gull pictures from the forest and I had a hard time see the colour on the legs becaue of the very red sun

The Tern really have a bright yellow bill when they come in to the shadow and during the day, more orange in the early morning sun shine

They are flying by and as I pan following the bird I go from different light condition and water and bird change tone and colour for every picture. I'm not any good at the bird pictures but I practise as much as I can. But it is very hard as the light condition changes every second as the bird is moving

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The Crested (Swift) Terns I see in Queensland have greenish-yellow bills, whereas Lesser Crested have orange bills like these birds, and show the very white forehead pictured here. I imagine the tail fork is due to either moult or the way the bird is holding the tail.
Thank you very much sicklebill

Yes, I was reacting as all of them have the fork tail and suddenly one with the V so that made me wonder

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Agree they are Greater Crested/Swift Terns.
Thank you very much aeshna5

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The pics look very red-toned to me, both in the brown-ness of the bird and the water colour - if I edit this (below), the bill ends up yellower. Also, this bird is much too dark for Lesser Crested, which is only marginally darker than Sandwich Tern, and the bill also too massive for LCT (bill almost identical to Sandwich in size & shape). So I'd go for Greater (proviso: no personal experience of Greater!).
Queensland Crested Terns never have bills this colour, and both colour and shape looks OK for Lesser Crested to me as well, as does the very white forehead, I don't agree the bills are too massive and I was looking at both species just last week. The only thing that bugs me is how dark they appear, happy to be enlightened otherwise......
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Lesser Crested Tern (Thalasseus bengalensis torresii) & Great Crested Terns (Thalasseus bergii cristatus)30 July 2014. East Point, Darwin, NT, Australia.
Here a Lesser Crested Tern in the center is flanked by two Great Crested Terns for comparison. To me, bill color looks yellow on Greater and decidedly orange on Lesser but I wouldn't be surprised if they vary some. Other species include two (Australian) Gull-billed Terns on the far left, a preening Pacific Golden-Plover on the right and numerous Great Knots. Digiscoped with Panasonic DMC-LZ5 | Nikon FieldScope III | 30XWA | hand-held (no adapter)
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Queensland Crested Terns never have bills this colour, and both colour and shape looks OK for Lesser Crested to me as well, as does the very white forehead, I don't agree the bills are too massive and I was looking at both species just last week. The only thing that bugs me is how dark they appear, happy to be enlightened otherwise......
Hello sicklebill

The tern is kind of dark grey but still a huge difference from the blackish feathers on the tip. I dont know, but I think some of the darkness is due to underexposure with the bright background. Quick shutter speed and the dark is getting darker.

The bills are really bright yellow on these birds and they are sticking out even from a great distance.

See attached picture of a picture I had thrown away as it is too far away and in poor quality. I have over exposure the picture to compensate for the back light 0.33 EV

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Thanks for sending the throwaway pic, again to me I'd call this Lesser Crested, that orange bill is the clincher for me, and I'm pleased this one looks pale like they usually do! Thanks also to Joe Morlan for his shots of the two species together, his shot shows the greeny-yellow of Crested as compared to the orange of Lesser Crested very nicely.
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One caution: the subspecies of both species in Djibouti, are different to the subspecies in Australia. Not sure how this might affect bill colour & mantle tone.
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Thanks also to Joe Morlan for his shots of the two species together, his shot shows the greeny-yellow of Crested as compared to the orange of Lesser Crested very nicely.
Yes, here's another one also from Queensland. In my mind, Lesser was a lot smaller than Greater, but it isn't actually such a big difference. But the bill colour is very different.
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One caution: the subspecies of both species in Djibouti, are different to the subspecies in Australia. Not sure how this might affect bill colour & mantle tone.
Apparently the subspecies of Lesser are rather poorly differentiated from what I've read. I have seen Greater in Australia and South Africa and my photos look about the same except for seasonal differences. Greater has a dull yellow bill in both. The form of Greater found in Djibouti is race velox which is the largest and darkest race and has the longest bill. My only experience with Lesser is from Australia where the orange bill of Lesser and overall bulk recall the slim orange bill of Elegant Tern which is a bird I see often in California. To me, all the photos of the Djibouti terns lack the orange bill color and I would call them Greater based on what I see as a cold yellow color. Another point is their streaked and unevenly marked hood in non-breeding plumage. Don't Lesser Crested usually show a more solid black nape patch? And there is also the uniform gray rump and upperside of the tail. Don't Lesser Crested usually have more contrasting white tail as well as overall paler mantle?
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Lesser Crested Tern (Thalasseus bengalensis torresii) & Great Crested Terns (Thalasseus bergii cristatus)30 July 2014. East Point, Darwin, NT, Australia.
Here a Lesser Crested Tern in the center is flanked by two Great Crested Terns for comparison. To me, bill color looks yellow on Greater and decidedly orange on Lesser but I wouldn't be surprised if they vary some. Other species include two (Australian) Gull-billed Terns on the far left, a preening Pacific Golden-Plover on the right and numerous Great Knots. Digiscoped with Panasonic DMC-LZ5 | Nikon FieldScope III | 30XWA | hand-held (no adapter)
Great pictures! Actually a dream picture with two different bird together like this. Easy to see the difference

If I should go for the colour of the bill and what I see I say it is a Great Crested Tern that I see around me.

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Yes, here's another one also from Queensland. In my mind, Lesser was a lot smaller than Greater, but it isn't actually such a big difference. But the bill colour is very different.
Hello MacNara

Same here, I would go for the yellow bill for the birds I see around here. The orangein your picture looks almost red

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If I should go for the colour of the bill and what I see I say it is a Great Crested Tern that I see around me.
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Same here, I would go for the yellow bill for the birds I see around here. The orange in your picture looks almost red.
Well, for my own part, I thought the colour of the bill of your bird in post #1 was orangey and closer to Lesser Crested, as Sicklebill suggested.

Of course, arguments from authority are not conclusive, since even the greatest experts can be wrong sometimes, but Sicklebill under his actual name is one of the world's leading birders, possibly the most distinguished birder who generously contributes his knowledge on Bird Forum even to ignoramuses like me, so I would give his opinion on a bird he sees regularly a lot of weight; and he thinks it's Lesser, and that your third picture in post #10 is fine for Lesser, not Greater, not just on bill colour but on overall colour and patterning.
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Well, for my own part, I thought the colour of the bill of your bird in post #1 was orangey and closer to Lesser Crested, as Sicklebill suggested.

Of course, arguments from authority are not conclusive, since even the greatest experts can be wrong sometimes, but Sicklebill under his actual name is one of the world's leading birders, possibly the most distinguished birder who generously contributes his knowledge on Bird Forum even to ignoramuses like me, so I would give his opinion on a bird he sees regularly a lot of weight; and he thinks it's Lesser, and that your third picture in post #10 is fine for Lesser, not Greater, not just on bill colour but on overall colour and patterning.
Thank you MacNara

I will try to get some more pictures. Im mostly in the morning so it is very red around here with the sun rise.

And Im also a ignoramuses as Im all new to this birding and I have learned to ID some of the colourful birds. But the sea birds are very hard and I have only been looking at Gulls since the summer when I learned to see difference between Herring gull and the common gull and it started to get fun.


Kind regards and happy birding, and I will hopefully be able to get some more pictures in a good light
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....and that your third picture in post #10 is fine for Lesser, not Greater, not just on bill colour but on overall colour and patterning.
FWIW I agree that the bird in post #10 looks good for Lesser with its solid black crest. On second look, the birds in post #1 with streaky black crests and dark mantle seem different at first but I now agree their bill color and shape also suggest Lesser.
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FWIW I agree that the bird in post #10 looks good for Lesser with its solid black crest. On second look, the birds in post #1 with streaky black crests and dark mantle seem different at first but I now agree their bill color and shape also suggest Lesser.
Cheers jmorlan

Well, it is very hard to see for me. It started to pour down here today, first rain since I arrived to Djibouti so today there will most likely not be any pictures of the terns.

But I have one picture of a Great Crested Tern that I took on Fiji in October last year. I can see the black wing tip as I have on my birds in the two first pictures.

But I took quite a few pictures on Fiji and not all of them have the black tip. Maybe they hold the wings differently like the the terns flying with a fork tail and a V tail

I will return as soon as I can get any good pictures of the tern here in Djibouti, but they are very hard to catch as they are quick.

I saw two of them fighting the other day but they were friends by the time my camera was ready

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Thank you MacNara

And I'm also an ignoramus as I'm all new to this birding and I have learned to ID some of the colourful birds. But the sea birds are very hard and I have only been looking at Gulls since the summer when I learned to see difference between Herring gull and the common gull and it started to get fun.
Welcome to the club! I only started birding less than fifteen years ago, when I was about 50. Looking at birds has given me so much pleasure that I wish I had started when I was a child. Part of the pleasure is the beauty of the birds themselves. Part is the exercise - although my camera is fairly expensive, I don't have a tripod or a really, really expensive lens as some of my friends do because I like to walk around and just look at whatever turns up. And another big part of the pleasure is the companionship - my Japanese wife, who occasionally comes out birding with me in Japan, is often astonished at the number of acquaintances I have in our local area when otherwise we are rather private people.

Gulls seem to get more difficult the more you get into them! For me, it is warblers that are a problem, even though we don't have so many in my area.

And I've had a lot of help from real experts on Bird Forum with birds from our trips to Africa and Australia. Indeed without BF, I might have given up sometimes, so the companionship on this forum is also an important part of birding for me.
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Welcome to the club! I only started birding less than fifteen years ago, when I was about 50. Looking at birds has given me so much pleasure that I wish I had started when I was a child. Part of the pleasure is the beauty of the birds themselves. Part is the exercise - although my camera is fairly expensive, I don't have a tripod or a really, really expensive lens as some of my friends do because I like to walk around and just look at whatever turns up. And another big part of the pleasure is the companionship - my Japanese wife, who occasionally comes out birding with me in Japan, is often astonished at the number of acquaintances I have in our local area when otherwise we are rather private people.

Gulls seem to get more difficult the more you get into them! For me, it is warblers that are a problem, even though we don't have so many in my area.

And I've had a lot of help from real experts on Bird Forum with birds from our trips to Africa and Australia. Indeed without BF, I might have given up sometimes, so the companionship on this forum is also an important part of birding for me.
Hello McNara

Japan, I have been there quite some times, but just for drinking and party. 50+++ and we have different interests, and the only thing getting easier by the years is to get out of bed. So up at 4 it is, tea and out to look for birds.

30 years ago you could not get me out of bed at 4, even at gun point.

I know nothing about the birds and I like evey day as I learn something new. My friend told me that when he was a wee lad he knew all the heros by name in all the comic books, he knew all the birds in UK and most of them by the sound as well.

He became a teenager and it was only two interests, girls and beer. And now it is back to the birds.

Im planning for a Korean and Japan birding trip for the spring if Im home, it is just a few hours flight and I like Japan so Im looking forward to this

EDIT: 2 days of raining now and strong winds and I have got a few very nice pictures of the White-eyed Gull coming down in full speed making a U-turn and then they stand almost still going back against the wing and I have them at eye level 4 meters away from me. Overcast, good light for the bird pictures and it will be perfect for the Tern, but I only seen it quite far away recognising the bird by its booomerang shaped wings.

But my camera is stand+by and I hope to get a picture in good light se we can se ethe colour of the bill

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Well, for my own part, I thought the colour of the bill of your bird in post #1 was orangey and closer to Lesser Crested, as Sicklebill suggested.

Of course, arguments from authority are not conclusive, since even the greatest experts can be wrong sometimes, but Sicklebill under his actual name is one of the world's leading birders, possibly the most distinguished birder who generously contributes his knowledge on Bird Forum even to ignoramuses like me, so I would give his opinion on a bird he sees regularly a lot of weight; and he thinks it's Lesser, and that your third picture in post #10 is fine for Lesser, not Greater, not just on bill colour but on overall colour and patterning.
Gosh, how kind, but it's nice to lurk anonymously, and I make no claims to infallibility, I just share my experience in cases where i might know something. Birdforum is a great place to learn things, sometimes indeed how not to do it!
Nutcracker made a good point about the races of Greater Crested Tern, which is why i hedged slightly initially,, but I'll stay with my view as Lesser Crested until proven otherwise.
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Yellow-orange, not yellow-green

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Gosh, how kind, but it's nice to lurk anonymously, and I make no claims to infallibility, I just share my experience in cases where i might know something. Birdforum is a great place to learn things, sometimes indeed how not to do it!
Nutcracker made a good point about the races of Greater Crested Tern, which is why i hedged slightly initially,, but I'll stay with my view as Lesser Crested until proven otherwise.
After two days of rain and overcast, perfect weather for the pictures of the bill. Not good for any quality pictures as I had to use a crazy ISO speed as it was gloom and grey for long as I could see in the drizzle. The Lesser Crested Tern is quite quick.

And I had to run around, as usually, I spotted the bird far away soar like a bird of prey in circles at high altitude only recognizing it from the boomerang shaped wings and the fork tail

Suddenly it came flying over the water surface and I ran, have to open two doors to get to the other side and the bird had passed. Making a u-turn and coming back on the other side and I ran over to get a few pictures again.

Another turn and I can also get a full front picture, but at a distance. Not good enough to make it to my list of observed birds but good enough to see that the bill is yellow-orange

No sunshine and I think we can agree on the colour, yellow orange as the Lesser and not the yellow-green as for the Greater

So Lesser and it will be a new bird for me, now I just need some good pictures to be able to put it on my list of observed birds.

Thank you all, I have learned to see the difference between two almost alike birds (alike for me), for sure a good day

Thanks again and happy birding
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