Stephanie was able to get 5 life-birds today, and I was able to get life-looks at Common Murre.
credit: Troy Guy @ thebirdguide.com/pelagics/
I saw well over a dozen of the Common Murres today, as well as, more than a hundred Razorbills with several coming very close to the boat.
Credit: Corey Finger. More of his fantastic images can be seen here: http://10000birds.com/new-york-pelagic.htm
Other highlights were the numerous Black-Legged Kittiwakes, including two immatures sporting the deep-M on their upperwings.
credit: John Sterling @ http://www.cal.net/~ani/CA%20Pelagics.htm
See more of his incredible pelagic images at the website ! !
A pair of Atlantic Puffins were seen, and a 2-second look at a Dovekie which could not be re-located. Immature & Adult Iceland Gulls were nice to see as well.
Nearer to shore we had Common Eider, Harlequins Ducks, and all three Scoter species, with White-Winged being the more common species seen today.