|To:||Russell Woodford <>|
|Date:||Tue, 16 Sep 2003 17:07:48 +1000|
Seems the wind has caused a few feeding changes around Port Philip Bay.
The last two days there has been Gannets feeding just off the Limeburners Point boatramp near Geelong, and what i'm 90% sure was a Black Faced Cormorant flying past the same area.
Following on from Rob's possible sheltering or windblown Arctic Tern,
there were a few terns sheltering by the old rowing shed beside Corio
Bay, opposite Geelong Grammar School this morning. 1 Caspian and 3 or
4 Fairy or Littles - we get all these here occasionally. It's
probably my 4th or 5th Caspian record here in 10 years, and I've seen
Fairies here a couple of times. Fairy & Little Terns are more commonly
observed around the Pt Lillias / Pt Wilson area. perhaps they found
the shoreline near GGS a little less buffeted by wind this morning.
I hope they are still there tonight or tomorrow as I was running so
late I didn't have time to go back for a pair of bins to check what
species I was looking at.
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