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Roseate Tern - Various - Coastal Birds (CD)

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Download Roseate Tern - Various - Coastal Birds (CD)
2009
Label: British Library - NSACD 66 • Format: CD • Country: UK • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Field Recording


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9 thoughts on “ Roseate Tern - Various - Coastal Birds (CD)

  1. Tygomuro
    Jun 16,  · The Roseate Tern is a bird of marine coastal areas and forages for small fish over both shallow coastal inlets and far offshore. While breeding, U.S. birds primarily feed on American sand lance—so much so that their nesting success rates may be related to .
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  2. Yozshusida
    In a year when everything can feel a little bleak, w e want to celebrate the hard work and partnership approach to breeding bird conservation, this summer in the Solent. Hampshire County Council, Bird Aware Solent and the RSPB’s Roseate Tern LIFE Recovery P roject have been working to secure safe nesting areas for breeding terns and other coastal wetland species such as avocet, ringed plover.
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  3. Akizshura
    The Roseate Tern is a bird of elegant proportions and dazzling white breeding plumage, accented with a black cap, dark bill, and pale rosy breast. It often forages out in the ocean and nests on hard-to-visit islands. It swoops and dives for small, schooling fish, its extra-long tail fluttering behind it. Hard hit by the plume trade at the turn of the 20th century, Roseate Terns are still.
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  4. Aragrel
    The Roseate Tern may be found in east Africa, across the Indian Ocean, and in Japan. Some populations breed in Australia and New Caledonia. The Roseate Tern is also found in Atlantic coastal areas of Europe and North America. During winter months, this .
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  5. Arashilar
    Strictly a coastal species, this bird is usually observed foraging in nearshore surf. In the winter, the roseate tern is pelagic in its habits. Open sandy beaches isolated from human activity are optimal nesting habitat for the roseate tern. A variety of substrates, including pea gravel, open sand, overhanging rocks, and salt marshes are used.
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  6. Arakora
    A strictly coastal bird, with breeding in the UK confined to a few colonies. Most likely place to see roseate terns in summer are off the Northumberland coast, Anglesey and the Firth of Forth. Passage birds can be seen along the south and east coasts, with Dungeness, Kent a regular site.
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  7. Sharisar
    The Roseate Tern Sterna dougallii is a seabird that resembles a small gull, but it has the typically slender body, short legs, and long, pointed wings of all terns. It is closely related to the Common Tern Sterna hirundo and the Arctic Tern Sterna paradisaeaand is frequently found in their nesstiranporgbankling.sigzahlcirlniggviwanotenteecabikovs.co these reasons, the Roseate Tern is not easy to identify (see drawings).
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  8. Akinotaur
    Juvenile Roseate Tern (Terceira, Azores, 1 September ). This juvenile tern looks very different. The bill and legs are black and the coarse dark subterminal marks in the upperparts feathers combined with the lack of any bright or ginger hues create a very Sandwich Tern-like appearance.
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  9. Akinozragore
    The roseate tern is similar in appearance to common and Arctic terns, but with shorter wings and two extremely long tail feathers during the breeding season. In summer plumage, it is a strikingly pale bird, with a black cap, whitish-grey back and wings and white underparts that are tinged pink - in a flock of greyer Arctic and common terns.
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