Whales & ticks

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Subject: Whales & ticks
From: "Joy Tansey" <>
Date: Mon, 25 Mar 2002 21:28:53 +1100
Hi All,

I too had a great day out with the whales, managing to get a few birds along
the way as well, getting 3 lifers and adding 6 to my Aus list.

For me, the most surprising tick of the day first made its appearance not
long after dawn, and was then regularly sighted throughout the day, and as
far as the Peterborough turnoff on the way home. It was Fork-tailed Swift!
In all the preparation for the trip, studying and comparing sea-birds ready
to identify from a moving platform, it never occurred to me to look that far
back in my field guide.

Joy Tansey
Kensington, Vic.

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