Caspian Tern

A common wetlands resident, the Caspian Tern, (Afrikaans name, Reusesterretjie) is the largest variation in the tern family. Spotted at the Seeberg hide in the West Coast National Park.

They feed by plunge diving or surface-seizing.

A local common resident with only some 500 pairs, mostly in South Africa.

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