To: "'kbrandwood'" <>, "'birdingaus'" <>
Subject: SEAWATCH Sydney
From: "Edwin Vella" <>
Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2007 18:51:44 +1000
Keith Brandwood wrote:

The B/B alba were feasting on two large Squid floating on the surface.
keith b the beautiful Hawkesbury 60km N/W of Sydney


David Mitford today went out for a sea watch at Maroubra and noted lots of
cuttlefish die off close to shore which usually happens this time of year.
It is a great time now to see good numbers of Albatross close to shore. Who
knows you may even spot two rarities we have seen such in the past such as
the Grey-headed and Northern Royal Albatross.

Today, David recorded from Maroubra 15 Shy, 26 Black-browed, 8 Yellow-nosed
and 2 Wandering Albatrosses as well as 2 Giant and 2 Great-winged Petrels.

Happy sea watching!


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