Website update

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Subject: Website update
From: "Robert Inglis" <>
Date: Sun, 20 Apr 2003 20:50:13 +1000
Hi all,
One day after announcing my renewed website I have to announce a correction to 
one of the image
And after destroying numerous brain cells in the initial process!
Due to a lapse of concentration (I will put that down to impending old age) I 
mistakenly identified
the image that was 002CT.jpg (in the Common Tern album) as a Common Tern, 
As Jill Dening quickly and extremely tactfully pointed out it was in fact a 
Little Tern,
I thank Jill for that and I will carefully review the other photos taken at the 
same location on the
same day.
I have removed that image from that album and have replaced it with a real, 
fair dinkum (as our
esteemed Prime Minister would say) Common Tern, non-breeding. The image label 
is still the same at
I would like to add the offending image to the Little Tern album for future 
reference but it seems
that the way I created the albums makes it easier (but not easy) to replace 
image file than to add
them. Don't try to work that out, I do know what I'm talking about :-) and will 
be working on the

If I have learned one thing from this it is to look more closely at the length 
of the tail in
non-breeding Little Terns and Common Terns.
Oh....and the bill and the black in front of the eye might help 
might the shape of the
head......and the body size....
Other than that I can easily see why I thought it was a Common Tern.

If anyone is having trouble accessing any of the images in the albums I would 
like to know.
There is a rumour such a problem might exist.

Bob Inglis
Woody Point
See the albums at:
My email at: 

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