Turning Tern

Do you have as much difficulty with terns as I do?This is a Forster’s (Sterna forsteri) in (mostly) non-breeding plumage. A good field mark is that dark mask and pale nape. Also most helpful: not moving for a good long view.
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The Anatomy of Liberal Melancholy is food for thought, as is this appreciation of Benjamin Barber, a great cosmopolitan.

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