Where are the terns? SEQld

To: Tim Dolby <>
Subject: Where are the terns? SEQld
From: Jill Dening <>
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 11:10:39 +1000
Thanks for that, Tim. Re Common and White-wings: what kinds of numbers are you talking? Dozens? Hundreds? (I'm missing hundred and thousands.)



Tim Dolby wrote:
During the Victorian Twitchathon (report soon), held over this weekend,
my team recorded good numbers of Fairy Tern, Crested Tern and Whiskered
Tern. Also some Caspian Tern, White-winged Black Tern and Common Tern.


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