Climate change, which scientists expect to foster stronger and more frequent tropical storms, could lead to more sooty tern
Researchers looking specifically at an Atlantic seabird the (http://www.ibtimes.com/climate-change-effects-hurricane-winds-threaten-bird-migration-global-warming-makes-2538221) sooty tern
and, after mapping its migrations over the last several decades and comparing that data with the paths of hurricanes, found substantial overlap between the two.
The nation's only sooty tern
's colony resides here.
The sooty tern
is well-adjusted to chasing bait-fish 80 to 120 miles off Cape Canaveral, where Dwyer often fishes.
The Sooty Tern
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Bradley illustrated his point with Sooty Tern
, a miler who was rated 42 at one stage but went on to win 16 races on higher marks, the last of them off 73.
Each chapter also includes sidebars that highlight facts such as that the sooty tern
can fly for up to 7 years without touching down on land, that eagles can kill prey as large as a small antelope, and that the world's oldest-known wild bird lived to age 60.
;AT Hamilton, Milton Bradley sends up course and distance winner Sooty Tern
(S Drowne) for the Scottish Power H'cap and6-1shot Sooty has his supporters in the black when comfortably holding off Pat Haslam's Talented Ting (K Darley).
The four-year-old daughter of Sooty Tern
is going nicely at Colin Tizzard's Dorset yard and may be able to score at the first time of asking.
Yet Gareth would think nothing about getting in his car and driving the length of Wales just to get a glimpse of a Sooty Tern
A stunning cavalcade of scarce species on inaccessible Bardsey didn't really matter when we had the superb sooty tern
on our doorstep during July.
It wasn't long before July burst into life with the staggering news of a sooty tern