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Little terns Sterna albifrons over-winter in Africa and return to the British coastline in April and May. This smallest of tern species breeds on sandy or shingle beaches not far from the high tide mark and their nests can easily be swamped by freak storms or spring tides. Although well camouflaged they are equally vulnerable to human disturbance or damage. Little tern colonies have drastically declined as more remote beaches become tourist destinations.

Photograph by Ron Macdonald

About Ron Macdonald

Ron took up wildlife photography when he retired from Scottish Natural Heritage in 2015. He uses his knowledge and fieldcraft to photograph birds at close quarters. His favourite group of birds to photograph are waders, mostly on the Ythan estuary where he lives.

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