|To:||"Tony Crittenden" <>|
|Subject:||Re: RFI - Tattler at Magic Point Maroubra|
|From:||Rod Gardner <>|
|Date:||Tue, 19 Oct 2004 12:20:54 +1000|
As far as I know, the tattler hasn't been seen since 3rd October at
Magic Point. There are, though, several miles of rock platforms between
Magic Point and Botany Bay, along the golf courses to Botany Bay NP.
It could still be hanging out somewhere along there, as those areas are
not much visited by birders.
This morning Johan Ställberg saw a White-headed Petrel from Magic
Point. Conditions for seabirds are good at the moment for anyone who
can get out there.
Any more info on the Tattler at Maroubra earlier in the month?
Is is still around?
Dr Rod Gardner
Department of Linguistics
School of Modern Language Studies
University of New South Wales
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