There aren’t any terns around now and there won’t be until later in spring.
Now, however, we have an American Oystercatcher nest between three Roseate Tern nest boxes. The adults take turns incubating the eggs.
Learn about American Oystercatchers.
The camera generally turns on after 8:00 in the morning when there is sun to charge the batteries, later on cloudy days.
The Falkner Island Tern camera is a partnership with Menunkatuck Audubon Society, McKinney NWR, and the Faulkner’s Island Light Brigade, with funding from the Guilford Foundation.
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