Decoys

Gull-billed Tern

Photo: Mad River Decoy

Hollow, rotomolded polyethylene
1” hole with plastic plug (included) or wooden dowel (not included)

In making the Gull-billed Tern decoy, we modify the bill of the Common Tern blank before painting.  The North Carolina Resources Commission has been using Gull-billed tern decoys in a large restoration project on dredge spoil islands in Pamlico Sound near Manteo, NC.  The Salton Sea NWR Complex in southern California is also using gull-bill decoys.

Photo: Mad River Decoy

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