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Choose from 959 pictures in our Least Tern collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Hundred Acres Reserve and forest of Norfolk pines and White oaks Featured Least Tern Print

Hundred Acres Reserve and forest of Norfolk pines and White oaks

Hundred Acres Reserve and forest of Norfolk pines and White oaks, an important breeding site for visiting Black noddies, Wedge-taled shearwaters and Red-tailed tropicbirds, and also nesting area for the resident Masked boobies and White terns. Norfolk Island, Southwest Pacific, Australia

© Ian Beattie/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

Birdwatching, Coastal, Man, Nature Reserve, One Person, Open Space, Park, Parkland, Rocky Point Reserve, Visitor

Flock of Royal terns (Thalasseus maximus) on beach, New Smyrna Beach, Florida, USA Featured Least Tern Print

Flock of Royal terns (Thalasseus maximus) on beach, New Smyrna Beach, Florida, USA

The royal tern (Thalasseus maximus) is a seabird in the tern family Sternidae. The genus name is from Ancient Greek Thalasseus, fisherman, from thalassa, sea. The specific maximus is Latin for greatest

© Lisa S. Engelbrecht/Danita Delimont

683743247, Day, Large Group Of Animals, Nature, No People, Outdoors, Sk, Vertical

Antarctic Tern (Sterna vittata) in flight, Deception Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica Featured Least Tern Print

Antarctic Tern (Sterna vittata) in flight, Deception Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica

The Antarctic Tern is a small bird at 31-38 cm (12-15 inches) long. Its bill is usually a dark red or blackish. It is mainly pale grey and white, but has a black cap when breeding. In non-breeding plumage it has a grizzled crown and white forehead. The tips of this terns wings are greyish black. Terns are quite gregarious in nature, fishing in flocks of up to several hundred birds within sight of land just beyond the surf zone and often within the kelp bed zone. They feed by swooping down and making shallow dives into the water to snatch prey. Principal diet includes small fish and various crustacea, krill probably being the most important and abundant. Antarctic terns also scavenge in the intertidal zone for stranded organisms

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