Great cetacean trip..but....

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Subject: Great cetacean trip..but....
From: "Karen Pearson" <>
Date: Mon, 25 Mar 2002 18:39:07 +1100
Dear Mr Sandpiper

I'm trying not to be too picky as often my grammar isn't the best but
shouldn't it be "birds TOO" and "ISN'T THERE",  also drop the comma and use
"YOUR experiences" instead of "YOU experiences" ?

As we were out on the water for over 10 hours and as the majority present
onboard were birders, I can assure you that there was equal time spent
watching for birds.  I am also left wondering what you think the below are;

"On the way out we were treated to
encounters with several Yellow-nosed Albatrosses, Black-browed Albatrosses
and a Wandering Albatross. There were also a number of Prions as well as a
Grey-backed Storm Petrel and many White-faced Storm Petrels."

What a cranky little possum you are.  You should get out more.

Karen Pearson

> Great cetacean trip...
> Next time try to look up for some birds to!
> By the way there isn't a  WHALE WATCH email list, where you can share you
> Regards
> Al
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