Terns are related to gulls, but have straighter, more pointed bills and more slender wings. They also have forked tails and graceful flight patterns, earning them their former name of ‘sea-swallows’.Canon 7D, 150-500mm F5-6.3 APO DG OS
Featured In: The BirdsA Vision of Flight
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Natures Paintbrush GroupBeautiful Work.
Many thanks Ann!
Many thanks Tina!
Great capture Deb. Are they really sea swallows?
Many thanks Al, they’re Terns, unofficial name is Sea Swallows!
Very nice, congratulations.
Many thanks Wayne, very happy making!
Congratulations, this picture was featured on the 21 December 2012 in the A Vision of Flight Photography Group
Many thanks, very happy making!
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