And yet another tropicbird from the local area.

To: Mark Clayton <>
Subject: And yet another tropicbird from the local area.
From: Martin Butterfield <>
Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2020 07:05:10 +0000
I await ACT Emergency Services posting a "surf's up" alert on the Barton Hwy!

On Tue, 11 Feb 2020 at 17:10, Mark Clayton <> wrote:
Following on from this mornings records of a White-tailed Tropicbird and
White-bellied Storm-Petrel in the Canberra areaon the ABID Facebook page
comes a record, with photo, of a genuine Red-tailed Tropicbird, this
time from Murrumbateman. Apparently it was found in a paddock and
seabird carers have been notified.

I hadn't realised that all the recent rain had cause the Pacific Ocean
to rise so much turning the local area into a pelagic zone!!


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