Despite the recent threads about boring sea watches, I decided to make the
drive to Robert Moses Field 2 this evening (if nothing else I figured I
could accomplish some purposeful bird watching).  The wind looked ok, so I
went for it.

It was slow but picked up as it got later into the evening, until the south
wind died down and birds became much more distant, which is when I left.
Highlights were:
2 Cory's Sherwater
1 Sooty Shearwater
4 Wilson's Storm-Petrel
2 Alternate plumaged Black Terns

Full list here:
https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S58106984

Good birding,
Tripper

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