Lynn Jenkin 15/3/03 9:47 AM
> Presumably the Little Terns were our summer visitors from the North. Many were
> in breeding plumage. Jill Denning , I don't know how you manage to count
> thousands of Terns without going cross eyed !
We do go cross-eyed! After I come up from a session at the scope, it is
about 15 minutes before I can focus properly. Good thing the cars knows
where to go.
Often when we arrive at the sandbanks, and I see with sinking heart what
lies ahead (thousands of birds to count), all I can think is, "I want my
mother!", but then after I settle down, it's just routine.
I must do a posting on this week's survey, as it's been a little while.
Sunshine Coast, Qld
26º 51' 152º 56'
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