Hybrid Tern

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Subject: Hybrid Tern
From: "Trevor Hardaker - ZEST for BIRDS" <>
Date: Mon, 6 Jun 2005 22:09:36 +0200
Hi All,

Sorry for any cross posting.

Since Lesser Crested Tern and Sandwich Tern have reasonably cosmopolitan
distributions throughout the world, we thought some of you might be
interested in this.

We have added some photos of a hybrid Lesser Crested x Sandwich Tern to the
"features" section on our website at that were taken
recently in the Eastern Cape. For all intents and purposes, the bird
resembles a Lesser Crested Tern except in that it shows a pink flush to the

Hope this is of some use to some of you.

Kind Regards
Trevor Hardaker and John Graham
Cape Town, South Africa

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