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Arctic tern on Inner Farne

By Guy241218  
The Farne islands are a group of islands off the coast of Northumbria. The islands have no permanent population. In the warmer months the Farnes become an important wildlife habitat. Many Atlantic puffins can be seen. Arctic terns nest close to the walking trail and with no hesitation will attack visitors in defense of their breeding sites. On the Farnes, rabbit and puffin populations use the same burrows at different times, the "cute little puffins" being strong enough to chase the rabbits out of their burrows during the nesting season. Other breeding birds on the Farnes include fulmars, razorbills, shags, black-legged kittiwakes,...


Tags: Arctic tern Wildlife and nature

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debu 11 India
31 Jul 2017 12:00PM
Excellent capture.
Debu

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