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Little Tern juvenile

By trevrob    
Little Tern juvenile
The Little Tern colony at Winterton Dunes Norfolk last week took a disastrous loss due to the bad weather in very windy conditions, where the sand was blown across the nesting site and destroyed at least 400 young chicks, 50 are known to have survived, a working member of the RSPB told me this today 17/7/2014, this was sad news for me as when I arrived I was expecting to see many Young Terns which have fledged the nest and on a good note the sun was shining and a glorious summer day on the Beach.

www.trevorhannant.com

Tags: Wildlife Nature Birds Norfolk Bird Winterton Little tern Wildlife and nature

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ali63 Plus
4 741 1 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2014 4:53PM
Fantastic image,nature can be so cruel sometimes hopefully the remaining ones will survive

Ali

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DerekL 11 165 24 England
18 Jul 2014 7:26PM
Cracking image of a beautifully marked little bird Trevor.
Let's hope they recover from this disaster.

Derek
TonyDy Plus
7 5 2 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2014 7:48PM
Lovely shot, Trevor.
Tony
18 Jul 2014 8:23PM
That's so sad Trev. Lovely shot. Cathy
Lovely shot Trevor, nicely framed by the stones on either side - Lets hope the colony recovers.

Phil.
dave1967 4 4 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2014 9:45PM
Cracking shot Trev
Dave
18 Jul 2014 10:14PM
Beautiful clear detailed image, Love it SmileSmileSmile
paul
18 Jul 2014 10:44PM
Great image. Well captured.
glenalva Plus
10 338 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 9:45AM
Beautifully detailed capture.......love the light that you've caught on the little tern there. Very sad to read about so many of them being lost though, here's hoping that the colony will recover....and go from stength to strength.
Such a sad story Trevor, glad this little chap survived. Lovely image. SmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmile
Carol
tonyng Plus
6 8 2 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 10:07PM
Excellent image Trevor.

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