More Caspian Terns

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Subject: More Caspian Terns
From: "Robert Inglis" <>
Date: Sat, 22 Dec 2001 18:40:56 -0800
Hello all,


A couple of days ago I reported:

"OK! So someone is going to better this but....

Yesterday, 19/12/2001, a casual 'birdwatch' at the beach just to the north of
the Scarborough
boat-harbour on the Redcliffe Peninsula, SE Queensland, Australia, got me 20
Caspian Terns in various stages of plumage.
They were in a 'loose flock' loafing on the inter-tidal area along with the
usual Silver Gulls and Crested Terns.
This is definitely the largest number of Caspian Terns I have seen in one spot
at the same time."

Well.....I knew it would happen........
This is a report of even more Caspian Terns.

Yesterday, 21/12/01, at the same location as above, I saw 33 (possibly 34)
Caspian Terns together.

Bob Inglis
Woody Point
SE Queensland

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