Seasickness and Pelagic Seabird Trips

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Subject: Seasickness and Pelagic Seabird Trips
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Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2001 05:38:06 "GMT"
I don't think Amanda made any claims to being macho - more likely it was her 
first experience watching seabirds. Amanda, there has already been a thread on 
various techniques for managing seasickness on birding-aus, from memory towards 
the end of 1999, and if you looked it up in the archives you'd get some good 
tips. Hope to see you on a boat another day. Cheers, AS

It seems that one can't go out on a pelagic trip without seeing a few drongoes!

It never ceases to fascinate me that a large proportion of birdos who go out on 
the pelagic trips to tick a special bird or two, seem to think that "it ain't 
macho" to take a travel sickness pill. Well it ain't macho to have another 
dozen people laughing at you all day either.

There is already sufficient burley on the boat to attract the seabirds, you 
don't have to add your breakfast to it. Take a pill and have a great day.


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