|Subject:||Sooty Tern Lilli Pilli Point|
|From:||"Bruce Roubin" <>|
|Date:||Sun, 23 Feb 2003 04:07:08 +1100|
There was a juvenile Sooty Tern standing alone on the sandbar off Lilli Pilli Point this evening on the half tide outgoing (for at least 2 hrs).
Lilli Pilli Point is on Port Hacking facing south to the Royal National Park, from the southern Sydney suburb of Lilli Pilli.
This is 2 years to the day that an Adult and Juv Sooty Tern were found a bit further North in Sydney, on Towra spit in Botany Bay.
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