Eaglehawk Neck Pelagic.

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Subject: Eaglehawk Neck Pelagic.
From: "George Appleby" <>
Date: Thu, 08 Jun 2000 08:59:20 +1000
I'll second Paul's comments and will also put in an appeal for general 
expressions of interest for Eaglehawk Neck trips. There seen to be insufficient 
numbers of people interested in seabirds locally, so we need interstate support 
for charter trips. If anyone is interested in a trip, please send back a reply 
to me with the preferred month (or ASAP in the case of albatross twitchers!). 
Otherwise, I or someone else (Tim?) may be able to organise a trip first.



>>> "Paul Walbridge" <> 06/07/00 08:22pm >>>
Hi Birding-aussers, just got back from Tassie a couple of days ago,many thanks 
to Tim R. for putting the report out and thanks Tony P. for the congrats! No 
thanks by the way to John H. for his hasty reply, think about it John! We had 
just a small window of opportunity(2days), took it and came up trumps.

Eaglehawk Neck is a fantastic venue and I would strongly recommend it to anyone 
at anytime of the year, even with a 3 metre swell the day was perfect! The 
boat, though small, rides  well and the skipper and crew are well informed and 
do the job well, there is always Tim Reid there of course to help out.

I've checked around re: the Albies and it is a record by the way, sorry Mr. 
Harris, even so, the Grey Petrel was my favourite bird of the day. Here are the 
rest of the people for the trip by the way; Sandra Harding, Joyce Harding, Jim 
Thornton, Judy Thornton, Chris Barnes, Bill Moorhead, Brian Russell, Grahame 
Palmer, Liz Tate.

Cheers - Paul.

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