Hi all, yesterday there were some 1,800 shearwaters off the south side of
Great Gull Island. The bulk of the concentration was 1.3 miles southeast of
the island. Great, Cory's, Sooty and Manx in descending abundance. Also a
few Parasitic Jaegers working the tern flocks. Surprisingly, no Wilson's
Storm-Petrels.

Some photos here (scroll down):
https://www.shorebirder.com/2018/07/weekend-on-water-jul-28-29-2018.html

Nick Bonomo
Wallingford, CT

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