One of the neat things about following White Terns here in Honolulu is that some part of the population stays here year-round. Many of those who remain will be trying to hatch and raise chicks after failing to successfully reproduce earlier. Though most chicks are hatched between January and June, there isn't really a White Tern "breeding season" and can be found raising young in the trees of Honolulu throughout the year. This chick hatched recently and will spend the next few months being fed a steady stream of fish and squid. He's growing fast and before long he'll be too large to nestle beneath his parent's wing. In the meantime, it's fish and then nap for both chick and parent.