On May 6, 2022, at Quansoo Beach on Martha’s Vineyard, I watched an Osprey ( Pandion haliaetus ) circle over the beach and wondered why it was flying over the sand and not over the ocean. Suddenly it went into a dive into the sand. I could not see that a Herring Gull ( Larus argentatus ) had a fish carcass just over the rise of the sand. The Osprey did not get the fish carcass the first time, but it circled around again, swooped in, and stole the fish from the gull. I had never seen this behavior before. Most times I see Herring Gulls mobbing Ospreys causing them to drop their fish, so I was happy to see this Osprey actually steal a fish from a gull. 2. Suddenly it dove into the sand. I could not see over the rise that a Herring Gull had a fish carcass on the beach. 3. The Osprey missed the fish the first time but it circled back, swooped in on the gull, and stole the fish. The gull stepped aside, but was not happy about it. 4. The Osprey grabbed the fish carcass from the gull and took off. 5. The Osprey successfully stole the fish and carried it off to a distant nest platform. The gull did not pursue it.