Bird and Whale migration plus Rockwarbler

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Subject: Bird and Whale migration plus Rockwarbler
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Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2013 09:15:16 +1000

Jervis Bay and Nowra to Tarago Road

On the weekend a walk out the northern section of Point Perpendicular from Currarong gave good views of migrating whales and sea birds. Shy and Black-browed Albatross, Short-tailed  and Fluttering Shearwaters plus others. Seals were resting near the rock platform. Pod of dolphin were in Callala Bay off Callala Beach.

On the trip home we saw 2 Rockwarblers at the Jerrawangala Lookout on the rocks just at the lookout platform. Plenty of other birds around amongst the bush regeneration from a recent fire.
Eastern Whipbirds seen at the Enrick River at the base of the Beehive formation of rocks.
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