An adult FORSTER'S TERN was perched on driftwood just off the west end of Stewart Park a few minutes ago. It took off and foraged over the lake for a few minutes and is not in view at the moment but is probably still around. Quite a few Bonaparte's Gulls were visible farther out, as well as three Northern Shovelers closer in. It's probably worth checking the lake and other bodies of water as the rain hits later today for other terns that might be grounded in the weather.
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