Little Tern, by Chris Gomersall/RSPB images
Little Tern, by Chris Gomersall/RSPB images
Imagine weighing less than a tennis ball and having to battle treacherous storms and strong winds: facing conditions like these in 2015, it's no wonder that numbers of breeding Little Terns, the UK's smallest and one of our rarest seabirds, have fallen 15% since 2014. Staff working for a LIFE funded Little Tern Project monitoring their breeding behav...

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