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The white-winged tern, or white-winged black tern (Chlidonias leucopterus or Chlidonias leucoptera), has mainly white wings. The head is black, with a white forehead. Its breeding habitat is freshwater marshes and swamps across from south-east Europe to central Asia. In winter, it migrates to Africa, southern Asia and Australia. It does not dive for fish like common terns, but flies slowly over the water to surface-pick items and catch insects in flight.
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