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Pomarine Jaeger Parasitic Jaeger Long-tailed Jaeger



Pomarine Jaeger

At present, pages are limited to the 3 species of Jaegers that nest in the US EEZ of the Western Arctic.

Jaegers are typical components of the circumpolar Arctic tundra, where they breed. Their migrations cover pelagic, coastal and inland flyways. Jaegers have been equaled with Ravens, and they can be relevant predators in the ecosystems.

Page Author: Falk Huettmann
Created: Oct 30, 2008

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