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Robin Sandham
ROYAL TERN photo’d at Traeth Dulas, Anglesey, this morning by Its flown out to sea at 12:30 and no sign since. Be good to know if it’s ringed. Photo by Tony W
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Robert Sluka Dec 10
Cool. Do you know where they migrate from? Loads here near Cape Canaveral Florida.
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Welsh Ornithological Society Dec 10
Replying to @BobSluka
This one has more than likely been blown off course and ended up on Anglesea, usually found in America, Europe and Africa although there's two sub species. A great bird!!
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Billy Dykes Dec 10
Beast! If birds did novelty disguises...
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Robert Sluka Dec 10
Replying to @birdsinwales
Thank you.
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WildlifeUK Dec 10
Great catch Robin.... keep us posted!
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Jeremy Lindsell Dec 10
It's ringed so perhaps same bird that spent ages in France and Channel Islands last year and this, and briefly in Sussex and Dorset. First record for UK, "American" Royal Tern.
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Robert Sluka Dec 10
Looking forward to you coming and seeing them in their native habitat!
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Chris Kelsey Dec 11
Is the gull behind it a Bonaparte's? Bill looks all wrong for Black-headed
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Robin Sandham Dec 11
Looks ok for BHG to me.
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