The Bridled Tern was seen again today at its usual spot by the northeast corner 
of Great Gull Island. It was seen flying around on three occasions over about a 
30 minute period around mid-day. It never landed. My guess it is now 
frequenting another location on the edge of the island, probably somewhere 
along the rocks on the north shore of the island. I will post any additional 
info I get.

As usual, I will remind observers landing on the island is prohibited, but the 
bird has been seen from boats offshore.

Joe DiCostanzo

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