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Arctic terns have the longest annual migration routes in the animal kingdom at 44,000 miles from Iceland to Antarctica in same year twice enjoying 2 summers .

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arctic_tern

 

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We took a video of them in Invergordon , Scotland . They are swarming around the green area in the center of the video .

 

 

 

 

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15 hours ago, mskaufman said:

Saw this magpie in Badlands, SD last week.

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Beautiful ! We saw one with blue feathers in June at Greenwich , England

 

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At Dunrobin Castle in Scotland we saw an impressive display of Falconry

 

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It flew too fast for me to get good photos but my wife got this video

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, scubacruiserx2 said:

 

Beautiful ! We saw one with blue feathers in June at Greenwich , England

 

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We also saw one with blue feathers, just did not get the photo.

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12 hours ago, mskaufman said:

We also saw one with blue feathers, just did not get the photo.

 

We don't see any magpies where live

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2 hours ago, scubacruiserx2 said:

 

We don't see any magpies where live

 We do not either.  A park ranger told us what kind of bird it was.  Really like your picture with the blue feathers.

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2 hours ago, mskaufman said:

 We do not either.  A park ranger told us what kind of bird it was.  Really like your picture with the blue feathers.

 

Thanks , it's my wife's photo . The bird was strutting around on the ground but when she approached it turned and walked away .

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3 hours ago, mskaufman said:

Not sure of the type of bird but I like the photo.

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Possibly a juvenile Pacific gull.

 

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6 hours ago, Docker123 said:

 

Possibly a juvenile Pacific gull.

 

This was on the East Coast.  Could it still be a Pacific gull?

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3 hours ago, mskaufman said:

This was on the East Coast.  Could it still be a Pacific gull?

 

East coat of USA?

 

Possibly a young herring gull.

 

Pacific gulls around Australia.

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5 hours ago, Docker123 said:

 

East coat of USA?

 

Possibly a young herring gull.

 

Pacific gulls around Australia.

Yes, this picture was taken on the way out of New York City.

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