|Subject:||Congo (NSW) - 14 October|
|From:||"Marnix Zwankhuizen" <>|
|Date:||Sat, 14 Oct 2006 19:49:41 +1000|
Today at Congo Point on the South Coast among the 120 Crested Terns were at least 12 White-fronted Terns and a Whiskered Tern in breeding plumage. I dont think I have ever seen a Whiskered Tern in a marine environment before.
Offshore the shearwater migration was in full swing. The usual Red-capped Plovers (6) and Sooty Oystercatchers (5) were also present.
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