The tern was very quiet most of Friday, changing perches on pilings from time to time, but mostly sitting still. The bird has been very tolerant of visitors, who have for the most part been very polite and considerate of the bird and each other. Hopefully this will continue for as long as the bird is visiting us. Many eBird reports are being filed every day, so it is very easy to get information on the current situation.
|White-winged Tern at Lake Nessmuk, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania|
|Birders getting a good view of the currently rarest bird in America.|