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Hi, France! Just "migrated" to your blog from the Brdbrains listserve site.I agree with others this is a Black Tern. They will show varying degrees of white on their face and head as they molt into fall plumage.Crossley's ID Guide to Eastern Birds says some 2nd summer birds are white-faced.Hope this helps!I look forward to reviewing your older posts and keeping up with newer ones!Nice site you have!--Wally, Lakeland
Thanks. I am enjoying this new venture and taking pleasure in learning new information....hope to retain most of it. :)
Great job finding the Black Tern at the Lagoon! The American Oystercatchers are hopefully nesting at the Lagoon again this year. Please take a few minutes to read the article linked here that explains why you should not use "X" for your species counts . . . http://help.ebird.org/customer/portal/articles/1006732-the-trouble-with-x---why-you-should-always-estimate-numbers-
Okay, will do. Thanks a bunch for your help.
Love the pictures. You got some great shots. They even know how important yoga is. Lol. Looking at the pictures brings back a lot of good and fun memories.