Eaglehawk Pelagic Trip Report - 18/10/2014

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Subject: Eaglehawk Pelagic Trip Report - 18/10/2014
From: Robert Hamilton <>
Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2014 20:14:39 +1100
Hi everyone,

Thanks  for organising and the  report Paul.

Here are some photos I took on the day including some mediocre Antarctic Prion 
shots, but I am not expecting the chance for better shots to come up any time 
soon. The other unusual event of the day was having a White-headed Petrel land 
in the slick.

I had a trip to King Island, with my son James, earlier in the month and 
despite the trying weather conditions I managed to do some photography. Rain is 
obvious in the background of some photos. Despite the weather we had a 
fantastic time getting the game birds, getting the rental car bogged and seeing 
a couple of Red-kneed Dotterel which are vagrant to Tasmania. We also saw Mute 
Swan, of unknown origin, on Lake Flanagan in the north of the island.


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