Thanks for sending this along Charlie.

Just to follow up on our sighting, the brown booby was seen at N 40 30.076
and W 72 59.692. It flew by the boat and was heading SE (maybe towards
Montauk...)

Best,
Matt Fuirst

On Tue, Jul 31, 2018 at 8:57 AM, Charles Witek <charleswi...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Yesterday afternoon, around 4:00 pm, 15.9 miles, 308 degrees from Fire
> Island Inlet.
>
> Just finishing up a day chumming for sharks with a Stony Brook U research
> team when the bird did a fly-by over the chum slick.
>
> I was originally unsure about the ID, but one of the others on board was a
> grad student who specializes in marine birds, had prior experience with the
> species, and confirmed that it was, in fact, a brown booby.
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