Tern Tern Tern

Time for a Tern challenge? Post-breeding terns lose their summer plumage quickly. So what do we have here? (These pictures were all taken two weeks ago in tidewater Virginia.)

A.

B.

C.
Yes, that bill is broken. Th bird was grooming, but I wonder how long it can survive this way?

(Note that I won’t be able to access the internet for at least a week, so your answers won’t get posted until then.)

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