John Kent and Tom Fiore have both sent me word that a boat out of CT saw the 
Bridled in its usual location on the northeast corner of Great Gull Island this 
morning between 10 and 11 am and reported it on the CT list.

Joe DiCostanzo

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> On Jun 12, 2019, at 1:48 PM, <jdic...@nyc.rr.com> <jdic...@nyc.rr.com> wrote:
> 
> I was on the eastern end of Great Gull Island this morning and was able to 
> spend a few minutes looking for the Bridled Tern. At least at 11:45 am I did 
> not see it. This does not necessarily mean anything. Obviously, the bird must 
> go out and feed sometime and I have no idea what its feeding schedule might 
> be. I will check for it when I can and post updates (positive or negative) as 
> I have them.
>  
> Again, my usual caveat that there is no unauthorized landing on the island. 
> The area the Bridled frequents is easily visible from a boat, but please 
> remember there are rocks just offshore, so a safe distance must be 
> maintained. I posted a map of the island on my Inwood Birder blog.
>  
> Joe DiCostanzo
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