The adult Bridled Tern continues on Great Gull Island. When seen it is on
the northeast corner of the island. This is now the seventh day of its stay.
I have been asked by a number of people to continue to post if it is here
since some are going to look for it from the lighthouse tour boats that go
by Great Gull Island as they go to and from Little Gull Island lighthouse. I
have posted a map on my Inwood Birder blog that indicates where on the
island the tern has been seen. The map can be seen at here.
<https://inwoodbirder.blogspot.com/2018/08/august-8-bridled-tern-continues-o
n.html> 

 

Last week's shearwater show seems to have ended, but the odd shearwater are
still being seen around the island. This morning I saw single Great and
Cory's.

 

Joe DiCostanzo

 

 


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