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Some cold night this winter, when the winds are howling and the snow is piling up outside the door, when the dog has already been walked and is curled up by my feet, when the cookies are warm from the oven and the milk cold from the fridge, I'll open this post, again be overwhelmed by the thought of wading through these photos, and close it again.  "Maybe next year..." I'll tell myself, knowing I'm lying.  

More to the point, I see some gulls.  Are you asking if there are other birds of any kind, or if there are specifically other species of tern?

Edited by Charlie Spencer

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All the little black birds are shearwaters. Shearwaters are tough to ID to begin with, so I couldn't say if there's anything other than sooty.

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26 minutes ago, Melierax said:

All the little black birds are shearwaters. Shearwaters are tough to ID to begin with, so I couldn't say if there's anything other than sooty.

Oh, shearwaters!  That makes more sense.

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