Possibly the bird will reappear today at low tide at Croton RR station.  Low 
tide is around 3:00 - 4:30.
Meanwhile, some gull experts asked me, does anyone else have photos of the open 
wings?  

Bob LewisSleepy Hollow NY

    On Saturday, November 9, 2019, 5:11:00 PM EST, Anne Swaim 
<annesw...@gmail.com> wrote:  
 
 Great team effort tracking this bird with ongoing reports shared on the LoHud 
Birds WhatsApp group. 

Thanks to Peter Post for 1st report at Croton RR station!

After Larry Tractenberg re found it to the S at OssinIng waterfront behind 
Boathouse Restaurant, the bird then flew back N. 

Bob Lewis relocated it back at Croton RR station in waters b/n salt shed and Rt 
9/9a bridge. (Some of us had nice looks there.)

 Around 4:50pm, the bird flew back S again toward OssinIng.

 Thanks to all for reports! 

Hope others re-find to view tomorrow. 
  
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