|Subject:||Birds braving bad weather|
|From:||"inger vandyke" <>|
|Date:||Fri, 08 Jun 2007 06:40:08 +0000|
Have spent the afternoon photographing the beached freighter in Newcastle and couldn't help but notice a Great Cormorant fishing in mammoth seas. He was quite successful as well, catching a fish that was almost too large to swallow.
Gannets were also out and about and a Sooty Oystercatcher flew past me, calling.
I hoped to see some onshore albies but no luck.
You have to admire the guts of some of their smaller cousins, braving 7m swells, 65 k/hr winds and pouring rain.
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