Endemics Of the SW of Western Australia

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Subject: Endemics Of the SW of Western Australia
From: "Geoffrey Jones" <>
Date: Tue, 2 Nov 2010 19:06:03 +1100
Good Evening everyone 

                                             I have just finished posting 13
Endemics from Western Australia, I also did photograph the Western
Bristlebird but was not happy with the shots so I will head back there next
year as well as dipping on photographing the Noisy Scrub-bird which I
thought looked quite comical as it ran across the road in front of me late
one evening as it's legs are so tiny it looks like ants are carrying it!  As
for the Western Whipbird just a Olive flash shooting low across the road and
that was that. As well as the birds at Cheyne's Beach we were treated to the
site early one morning of 2 female Southern Right Whales and their calves
only 100 metres of the beach just below the Caravan Park, laying on their
backs with their flippers pointed to the sky seemingly enjoying a bit of

Anyway here is the link and I hope you enjoy these images as much as I
enjoyed taking them

Kindest Regards 

Geoff Jones



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