|Subject:||*Infra red digi bino's*|
|From:||John Gamblin <>|
|Date:||Mon, 7 Jul 2003 20:27:51 -0700 (PDT)|
G'day all, at risk being off listed: SPECIAL K wrote:
Watched a shark feeding and a sea eagle picking up the scraps yesterday morning. Did 7am - 6 pm - great days. The guys even did an overnight whale watch with army infra red binoculars. It is an amazing set up there now with large whale watch platform, huge information display board and shuttle buses to the headland as they run out of car parking inside the national park !! Amazing - on Sunday the cliff tops were packed.
Thousands there just to see the humpbacks. Highlight yesterday morning was a pair of adults came right under the cliffs! Wayne would have got brilliant photos from over the
Because of it I seem to have turned into a right gadget man. Went out this morning
Pssst I've just got an email about Sea Eagle taking prey caught in the infra red?
More later JAG heads off practicing Yar and looking for Gnaw wee juns.
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