When his stomach recovers ......

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Subject: When his stomach recovers ......
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2001 02:48:29 -0700 (PDT)
G'day Stuart and others,
What's the chances of seeing black browed, and a
wandering albatross within two nautical miles of each
other just off Phillip Island due South????? fairly
remote eh? well if the photo comes out okay then
better get ready for a record? perhaps? good friends
of mine who sail this part of the world quite often,
called round to my place last night, to say to me they
think they got a good photo of three albatross in one
photo frame? they seem to think three different

Black Browed,
Shy ..........

Their stomach's are getting better although they look
green around the gills at present. I have already got
back from the chemists a photo of 23 Pelicans on
Hastings pier ????? is this the line of peerage

:^D sorry about that folks.


Have fun and happy birding everyone.


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