White-winged Tern followup

I was quite tired by the time I got my post on last night, so here is some more information for anyone interested.  The bird is located on Nessmuk Lake in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania.  That is Tioga County.   That location was just about 200 miles from my home to the lake, and took about three and half hours.  The bird was first found Wednesday afternoon, but word really got around on Thursday. The bird is still present this morning, Sunday 8/13. The best way to find updates on the bird is to go to Pennsylvania Birds in the ABA Rare Bird Alerts, or check the Ebird alerts for Pennsylvania.  Good luck if you go!

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