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Yesterday, Jekyll Island, GA. Was in a large flock of Royal Terns, and a few Sandwich Terns. Seemed a bit smaller than the Sandwich.

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And then a different one in flight, this one may not be identifiable.

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Lastly, please confirm Gull-billed Tern. This was also yesterday, at a WMA along Georgia's coast. It is a lifer for me, which is why I'd like the confirm. 🙂

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1. Common Tern. Late molter I guess? All the ones here are in full alternate now.

2. Gull billed I think

3. Yep, congrats!

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I had wondered about Common, but wasn't sure. I think that may be a lifer, too. I need to go back and look. I usually only see Forster's. 

Thanks!

 

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