In search of graptogyne (3)

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Subject: In search of graptogyne (3)
From: Geoffrey Dabb <>
Date: Thu, 20 Aug 2015 23:15:01 +0000

Last Wednesday I found myself with a day to spare, being in advance of the rest of the party.  I knew from last year the poor returns to be expected from graptogyne-hunting without current local knowledge so I took myself off to the coast down in the vicinity of what is now known to be Not-really-a-petrified-forest (unlike its namesake in Arizona.  We do so like to imitate American words and phrases).  I did a little snapping at Cape Nelson, south of Portland.  Being aware some people like to identify birds in other people’s photographs, I offer the below.  Hints:  The smaller bird bathing in a puddle beside the Cape Nelson lighthouse is on the ACT list.  The grey seabird seen from the cliffs near the lighthouse is not on the ACT list.




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