Date: 7/21/17 4:16 pm
From: Bill Baker <oldquarryadventures...>
Subject: [Maine-birds] Yes Red-billed Tropicbird
Success rate 4/7. After an absence from the island for about 6 days due to
fog Tropy returned yesterday. We watched him for about 15 minutes fly
around before he landed near the boat. Also seen were 5 sooty shearwaters,
2 manx shearwater, a hundred wilson's storm-petrel, a distant probable
dark-morph parasitic jaeger, several gannet including two breeding plumage
birds, and a flock of 17 or so red-necked phalaropes along the floating
wrack line. Puffins, razorbills, arctic terns and greqat cormorants are at
there peak in and around seal island's waters. Also seen were Osprey,
Eagles, guillemots, eider, eagle, porpoise, gray seals and harbor seals.

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