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Jul 282012
 

Whiskered Tern, Lesvos, Greece – Marc Guyt / www.agami.nl

This spring news emerged in the Dutch Birding scene that in the northern part of the Netherlands a colony of beautiful Whiskered Terns had formed in a new estableshed nature reserve.

Whiskered Tern is a scarce vagrant bird in the Netherlands with only a few reported breeding pairs in the last 100 years, so a colony of 20+ pairs was not to resist and I visited the area with a friend of mine last month.

This summer weather in the Netherlands was really bad – looked more like Indian Monsoon – but despite these conditions most of the nests were still occupied with small Terns. Amazing.

Images are taken previously in Lesvos, Greece.

Whiskered Tern, Lesvos, Greece – Marc Guyt / www.agami.nl

Whiskered Tern, Lesvos, Greece – Marc Guyt / www.agami.nl

Whiskered Tern, Lesvos, Greece – Marc Guyt / www.agami.nl

More Whiskered Tern images can be seen here.

Marc Guyt

www.agami.nl

Marc Guyt

Marc Guyt is a Dutch photographer and owner of wildlife stock agency AGAMI. A Wanderer by birth, Marc has always made his way to the door searching for new adventures. Even at three years old he sneaked out and left his parents searching and they usually found him somewhere near an open area or some water edge. The need to see for himself was strong. The combination of Birding, photographing and travelling has brought him to many stunning places on this beautiful globe, and it will bring him no doubt in many more. It is in his blood. Owner of Dutch stock agency www.agami.nl.


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  2 Responses to “Whiskered delight”

  1. Txs James! Just a matter of keep on shooting!

  2. This is a gorgeous series of in flight shots. You are making me salivate for your skill and equipment.

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