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Forster’s Terns like to hover above the salt marshes, making quick, unpredictable turns before diving into the water to catch something to eat. They can be real aerial acrobats as shown in the following photos taken at the Edwin B Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge a few days ago.

Forster's Tern flying above the marsh.

Forster’s Tern flying above the marsh.

An aerial acrobat.

An aerial acrobat.

Forster's Tern flying away with a catch.

Forster’s Tern flying away with a catch.

Forster's Tern landing.

Forster’s Tern landing.

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