Re: jaegers

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Subject: Re: jaegers
From: "John & Clare Kooistra" <>
Date: Tue, 2 Feb 2010 19:52:22 +1000
Thanks Nikolas,

The birds being pursued were definitely tern like in their flight,
white and much smaller than the Jaegers. There were also
Crested Terns in the vicinity for a size comparison.
Little Terns are reasonably common along the coast in this area.
Would Sooty Terns or Petrels chase other sea-birds for food?


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