A NEW BREEDING GROUBD FOR THE COMMON TERN
Sunday, August 12, 2012 1:10:59 PM
For years running an In-depth reseaech Into the breeding behavior of the COMMON TERN Is ongoing,the reason Is the very quickly and not longer have there normal breeding areas along many coastal areas In Europe. The loss of the common Tern as a anual breeding bird will be a great loss. But we think all Is not lost.... A group of Birdwatchers from the GARONNE "France" have find a small breeding group of Common Tern In the region.
This discovery Is certainly very exceptional,and can even be described as unusual. One has In the past yet find a only pair breeding deep Inland,but never a small breeding colony. This Is extremely rare Indeed... to the present. Bur the study thats Is going on for several years refers to a great and large displacement of the breeding sites of the common Tern, but so far Inlands Is Indeed very new.
We notice that this species Is very much likely and adapt to new areas to breed, the question Is still open were the food Is coming from... but let Us be very happy that this beautiful bird has find new breeding sites... this Is a great hope we will have still the common Tern as a breeding bird In Europe and here a big proof we need to have more birdwatchers voluntarily report there observations a big thanks to all of them.........