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Arctic terns are always on guard protecting their nests and young.
Stationary 360 camera in the courtyard of the National Trust base.
Farne Islands,  Northumberland coast.
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Ian Bradley1 yr ago
@Aracely Yhetzubely Quispe Alcazar This is a collection of islands off the North East coast in Northumberland. Arctic, Common, Sandwich terns all breed here. Their usual food is sand eels. There are no roads/no cars/no long term hman inhabitants on the islands. Although wardens are there from spring to late autumn to count birds, nests, chicks etc. http://bit.ly/2vjnNA3 for more info
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Ian Bradley1 yr ago
@Dawn Menard This is a collection of islands off the North East coast in Northumberland. Arctic, Common, Sandwich terns all breed here. Their usual food is sand eels. There are no roads/no cars/no long term hman inhabitants on the islands. Although wardens are there from spring to late autumn to count birds, nests, chicks etc. http://bit.ly/2vjnNA3 for more info
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Ian Bradley1 yr ago
@Jojo Jo @Dawn Menard @Aracely Yhetzubely Quispe Alcazar This is a collection of islands off the North East coast in Northumberland. Arctic, Common, Sandwich terns all breed here. Their usual food is sand eels. There are no roads/no cars/no long term hman inhabitants on the islands. Although wardens are there from spring to late autumn to count birds, nests, chicks etc. http://bit.ly/2vjnNA3 for more info
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Jojo Jo1 yr ago
Seems those buildings and roeds are all made of rocks and stones. Love it!
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Dawn Menard1 yr ago
there are really so many Arctic terns there. What do they live on?
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beautiful place. and there are so many birds! I like the house there
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