- Least Tern, Sterna antillarum
- Least Tern, Sterna antillarum. Status: State: Endangered. Federal: Not listed.
- With human help, terns rediscover their Isles of Shoals home
- bers of common terns, wheeling in the stiff, salty breeze.
- Terns: Wildlife Notebook Series - Alaska Department of Fish and
- Terns are slim and graceful waterbirds, quite similar to gulls. In fact belong to the same family, Laridae, although terns have their own subfamily, Sterninae.
- A phylogenetic framework for the terns (Sternini) inferred from
- the noddies (Anous) and the white tern (Gygis alba) are probably most representative of ancestral ognize the terns as a subfamily, Sterninae (e.g.
- After Tropical Storm Irene, a Bounty for Birdwatchers
- She also spotted a dozen royal terns resting on the beach and a black-necked stilt in a pool created by the storm — a species rarely found so far north. The mile-long stretch of beach in the Rockways where Ms.
- JOAN CARSON | Terns fly better than they ... croak
- That's what comes to mind when you hear a tern calling. In fact, these birds are often heard before they are seen. To the casual observer this gull-like bird that looks and acts much like a gull could very well be a gull.
- Birdwatchers Freak Out Over Post-Irene Rare Bird Sightings
- “Usually, a storm produces two sooty terns and a jaeger, but we're getting multiple sooty terns, bridled terns, Caspian terns, royal terns and Leach's storm-petrels,” chimed in an UES bird photographer. “It's just a whole potpourri.
- Tern - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Terns are seabirds in the family Sternidae, previously considered a subfamily ( Sterninae) of the gull family Laridae (van Tuinen et al., 2004).
- Common Tern, Identification, All About Birds - Cornell Lab of
- Learn how to identify Common Tern, its life history, cool facts, sounds and calls, and watch videos.
- Terns - Bay Field Guide - Chesapeake Bay Program
- Terns are graceful, streamlined water birds that vary in appearance depending on age and season. Five species of terns can be found in the Bay watershed.
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