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  1. Hello Whatbird, I am having difficulty with this tern. It was among a group of Caspian. It is the tern in front facing to the right with orange bill. It is different than the Caspians in the group. I have had a few people say it was a possible juvenile Caspian and others have said Royal. There was at least one Royal seen in the area, Bombay Hook NWR, Kent County, DE 8/17/2019 Thank you, Nancy Erickson
  2. I took these shots yesterday at Jones Beach, NY. I don't know if the gray on the neck makes them Common Terns or the white undersides makes them Forster's Terns, or none of the above.
  3. July Salton Sea: 1. Forsters, Common, or Arctic? 2. One of the Dowitchers? 3. A Sandpiper?
  4. I need help in IDing some of the terns in the attached pics. They were photographed at approximately 12 pm on Sept. 14, 2018, at Huguenot Memorial City Park in Duval County, near Jacksonville, FL. Shorebirds are a new challenge for me, so any help and instruction will be most appreciated. In all three pictures, I'm hoping to identify the smaller terns (not the Caspians or Skimmers). Thanks!
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