An adult Bridled Tern was discovered today on the north east side of Great Gull 
Island. This is the third summer in a row it/one has spent part of the late 
summer here. Unfortunately, the island is a research station and landing is not 
permitted.

Shearwater numbers are down today, but yesterday morning there were hundreds of 
Shearwaters, mostly Cory’s and Great with less than 5 Sooty and 2 Manx. At 
minimum 5 Parasitic Jaegers were working the Tern flocks around the island. 

Good birding,
Sean Sime
Brooklyn, NY



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