Falkner Island Tern Camera

The American Oystercatchers have all hatched. Unlike some birds, Oystercatchers almost immediately move around and begin feeding themselves (precocial). They stick close by to their parents and they are still fed by them but they will be moving around the island and will no longer be on camera unless we happen to catch them as we move the camera. Should we capture some interesting video we will post it in the video gallery. (Photos: Terry Shaw)

The terns are nesting now.

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The Falkner Island 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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