To: birding aus <>
Subject: terns
From: Gary Wright <>
Date: Mon, 21 Dec 2009 16:27:49 +1030

I am wondering if anyone has an ID table for terns.  I am slowly winning on
them, but still a long way to go.  Bridled tern was pointed out to me today
at Broome and whilst it is one of the distinctive birds(very striking in
fact) it was good to see.  I went back later in the day (Broome Port) and
had good views of them  roosting and flying.   It is the others which are
more differentiated by smudges of black somewhere or other that I need some
help with!


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