A newly hatched Least Tern chicks are downy. These are from one of the Mississippi colonies before Tropical Storm Cindy. Sadly, most of them didn’t make it through the storm.
A newly hatched Least Tern chicks are downy. These are from one of the Mississippi colonies before Tropical Storm Cindy. Sadly, most of them didn’t make it through the storm. Bryan White
A newly hatched Least Tern chicks are downy. These are from one of the Mississippi colonies before Tropical Storm Cindy. Sadly, most of them didn’t make it through the storm. Bryan White

The Least Terns that didn’t drown need to be left alone by humans, experts urge

June 23, 2017 02:46 PM

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