The adult Bridled Tern found on Great Gull Island yesterday continued today on
the rocks on the northeast corner of the island. Many shearwaters continue to
be seen from the island (both west and northeast of the island). Today Great
Shearwaters outnumbered Cory’s for the first time. Manx and Sootys were in
single digits. At least six Parasitic Jaegers (5 light phase and 1 dark phase).
At 3:30 pm the Bridled flew north from the island towards Connecticut.
Joe DiCostanzo and Sean Sime
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