Posted by: atowhee | May 14, 2015


The Black Tern was once widespread and abundant in North America. Now it is found only in some locations where the marshes have not been drained and flying insects have not been hit with lethal pesticides over generations of insect breeding. Here is a gallery of shots because I find almost every move, every physical attitude of this bouncing, boisterous little hunter to be amazing.2BT ON LAND 2BT ON LAND2 bt bankx BT SHAPE BT SHAPE2 BT TERNS BT VERTICL


  1. […] If you’re like me and can watch Black Terns for as long as time and they allow, click over to … […]

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