love that cyclone!

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Subject: love that cyclone!
From: Gary Wright <>
Date: Tue, 22 Dec 2009 18:17:53 +1030
Well the cyclone near Broome has been good to me.  Yesterday I saw bridled
tern and today I pulled up at the boat ramp at the port and started taking
shots of the terns.  A common noddy (new bird for me) came and landed on
boat ramp.  I got some shots.  It stayed  a couple of minutes and flew into
the distance!   Birdwatching like most things is mainly perseverance and
luck!  Yes, I know talent and skill/knowledge play a part, but perseverance
and luck are the big ones.

Also, between Woolies oval and Woolies there were 50+ horsefield's
bronze-cuckoo, acting like Pipits, in that they were feeding off of the
ground and flying to land on the ground again, in short grass.   On fence
was pallid cukcoo and brush cuckoo.


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