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Forster's Tern (17) (Sterna forsteri) User: BobTour  (See all photos - 355) (Comments - 166)
United States (Florida) Anna-Maria Island Beach, Bradenton Fl.
Views: 29
Date: January 9, 2020
Details: Unknown gender, Winter plumage
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Royal Tern (20) (Sterna maxima) User: BobTour  (See all photos - 355) (Comments - 166)
United States (Florida) Barenton Beach, FL.
Views: 45
Date: January 1, 2020
Details: Unknown gender, Winter plumage
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Royal Tern (20) (Sterna maxima) User: sashah  (See all photos - 1422) (Comments - 728)
Panama Bocas del Toro.
Views: 328
Date: March 7, 2018
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Royal Tern (20) (Sterna maxima) User: Sue  (See all photos - 3501) (Comments - 3154)
Panama Bocas del Toro
Views: 353
Date: March 7, 2018
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Black-throated Gray Warbler (6) (Dendroica nigrescens) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1269) (Comments - 3429)
Canada (Ontario) Ottawa- prompted by a call from a friend I hurried to Ottawa today for a possible last view of this long-staying vagrant warbler. With bitter cold this week and a snowstorm tonight its survival is in question. After an hour searching I found it and remained with it for 90 minutes. Most of the time it was feeding beneath trees on ground not covered by snow. Later in the afternoon it was feeding and resting/sleeping beneath a single spruce for 45 minutes. Often I was as close as 7 feet as the bird headed towards me. Too close to shoot. A suet feeder was put up this afternoon. Hopefully it will find it in the morning. Follow the Chickadees. UPDATE: My friend picked up the bird this afternoon. It was huddled under a spruce, partially covered in snow. It died in his hands shortly after. Nature takes its course but it is still sad. The carcass will be sent to the Royal Ontario Museum to be preserved as a study skin.
Views: 584
Date: December 12, 2017
Details: Male, Juvenile, Outside normal range
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Royal Tern (20) (Sterna maxima) User: BobTour  (See all photos - 355) (Comments - 166)
United States (Florida) Siesta Key, Sarasota Fl.
Views: 849
Date: November 22, 2015
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Royal Tern (20) (Sterna maxima) User: Sue  (See all photos - 3501) (Comments - 3154)
Peru royal Terns and Spotted Sandpiper, Paracas.
Views: 878
Date: March 8, 2013
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Royal Tern (20) (Sterna maxima) User: Chris  (See all photos - 1637) (Comments - 5059)
United States (Florida) Seen at Tequesta, Florida, USA.
Views: 951
Date: January 19, 2014
Details: Winter plumage, Adult
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Royal Tern (20) (Sterna maxima) User: Sue  (See all photos - 3501) (Comments - 3154)
Peru Paracas
Views: 972
Date: March 9, 2013
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Royal Tern (20) (Sterna maxima) User: sashah  (See all photos - 1422) (Comments - 728)
Peru Paracas.
Views: 995
Date: March 8, 2013
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Royal Tern (20) (Sterna maxima) User: sashah  (See all photos - 1422) (Comments - 728)
Peru Paracas
Views: 1076
Date: March 8, 2013
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Royal Tern (20) (Sterna maxima) User: sashah  (See all photos - 1422) (Comments - 728)
Peru Paracas
Views: 973
Date: March 9, 2013
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Royal Tern (20) (Sterna maxima) User: drhalsall  (See all photos - 1128) (Comments - 757)
United States Sterne royale / Royal Tern . Merritt Island NWR, Florida . showing leg band
Views: 1490
Date: January 20, 2010
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Eastern Bluebird (32) (Sialia sialis) User: herman lawetz  (See all photos - 92) (Comments - 6)
Canada (Qu├ębec) Bluebirds congregated at the Mount Royal cemetery before flying south.
Views: 1694
Date: October 17, 2009
Details: Male
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Eastern Bluebird (32) (Sialia sialis) User: herman lawetz  (See all photos - 92) (Comments - 6)
Canada I had heard that a group went to Mount Royal and saw a flock of Bluebirds, so we went the next week and luckily found the flock in the cemetery.
Views: 1422
Date: October 17, 2009
Details: Male
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