Wandering Alb.

Subject: Wandering Alb.
From: LCONOLE <>
Date: Mon, 19 Jun 1995 15:14:10 +1000 (EET)
Re: Paul Osborn's posting about Wandering Albatrosses and the Malabar
sewer outfall; we used to get big groups of Northern & Southern
Giant-Petrels (including a few white morph birds) at the Black Rock ocean
outfall near Geelong.  We could walk out on to the rocks and approach them
to within about 2 - 3 metres and blaze away with camera and shortish lens. 
With the new outfall being 100s of metres offshore, we don't see the big
aggregations of GPs inshore there any more.  Cheers -- Lawrie. 

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