Terns are Elegant

On The Road With DEC

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People along the coast see terns quite often – if they look. Yet many people never see what is surrounding them. At the beach there may be fish, whales, seals, gulls, terns, sandpipers and mollusks as well as sand, water, blankets, and people. Look around!! Gulls are pretty common on most salt water beaches and many fresh water beaches as well. They get a bad rap as “flying rats” and scavengers that might steal a sandwich from you or your child. In most places our rubbish is now collected and buried (big picture comment) and the loss of this easy food supply has been part of the reason for a decline in gulls over the past decade or two – and they seem to be less of a beach nuisance unless people are feeding them…

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