Black Terns feeding over dry land Recent notes (Brit. Birds, 62: 282; 63: 34; 64: 32-33) have suggested that Black Terns Chlidonias niger feed over non-aquatic habitats more commonly than the published records indicate. This is certainly borne out by observations in the Dungeness area of Kent in recent years. Since 1967 this species has been particularly abundant on autumn passage and as many as 7...

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