On this note - a sea watch from RMSP this morning (6:50-9:25) produced two 
Black Terns, one Wilson’s Storm Petrel, and one distant probable jaeger, but 
nothing else of note. There are currently over 40 Lesser Black-backed Gulls in 
the field two parking lot. 

Tripper 

> On Jun 25, 2019, at 09:34, John Gluth <jgl...@optonline.net> wrote:
> 
> Now all we need are some consistent southerly winds (preferably S or SE) to 
> bring some of those birds within sight of land for us shorebound birders. 
> It’s been a really poor year for sea watching thus far.
> 
> John Gluth, sent from my iPhone
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