inca tern

Having had a little think and a little play on Google, I think my rather drab bird I posted is the juvenile of the bird bottom right, an Inca Tern, whose photo I had taken but not posted on 365. (Nothing is to scale!)

Here are the photos:
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=inca+tern+juvenile+adult+%2B+image&client=firefox-b&dcr=0&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj4tbPJyuvWAhWLZFAKHRwQC2kQsAQIJQ&biw=1366&bih=604
It certainly looks like your theory is correct. Great images.
posted October 12th, 2017  
I think you're right too- the marking on the side of the head is very distinct and the juvenile looks like it is beginning to develop it. All very nice photos by the way!!
posted October 12th, 2017  
Wonderful collage! Always fun to learn new things!
posted October 12th, 2017  
Isn't google wonderful, I have no idea how we did without it, I use it all the time! So good to know, we learn all the time! I must say I have not seen that bird before!
posted October 12th, 2017  
I think you are right too, Hazel. Your first post intrigued me, and I quite enjoy trying to identify mysterious birds and bugs posted on 365, but just not had time to sit down and look for yours
posted October 12th, 2017  
Great collage of shots, clarity
posted October 12th, 2017  
Bingo, I think you've done it. Well done!
posted October 12th, 2017  
Three gorgeous shots beautifully presented Hazel:)
posted October 12th, 2017  
Awesome collage.
posted October 12th, 2017  
Well done, How did we manage before Google.
posted October 13th, 2017  
Lovely clear shots, love the one on the left!
posted October 13th, 2017  
Lovely montage haze. Google knows everything...where I park my care where I live what wine I like where I shop what football team I support 😀
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Btw I posted my moving stranger story in the discussion threads
posted October 13th, 2017  
@phil_howcroft

I'd like to read it Phil. Can you flag it up to me please.
posted October 13th, 2017  
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