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Old Aug 4, 2015, 8:05 PM   #1
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Default the last of the Caspian terns

went to the local marina a couple of days ago to see if there was still any tern activity. there were a few Caspians left, but it appeared most had already left for wherever it is they go this time of year; not much in the way of diving, fishing, etc., though i did manage a few shots worth keeping...

is that supper i see?



impact in 3, 2, 1...



this one at least got a nice bullhead to show for its efforts...

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Great in flight shots, thanks for sharing
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The Capsian Tern is probably the largest Terns I have seen. Very nice!
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Great in flight shots, thanks for sharing
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The Capsian Tern is probably the largest Terns I have seen. Very nice!
thanks, WCKSer! they are the largest of all the terns... the size of a large gull...
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Woah, love the dive!
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Woah, love the dive!
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