Port Curtis Pelagic!

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Subject: Port Curtis Pelagic!
From: robert morris <>
Date: Thu, 4 Feb 2010 22:51:46 +0000
This is somewhat tongue in cheek but I've been working in Gladstone this week 
and spent a couple of days on the water in Port Curtis i.e. between Gladstone 
and Curtis Island. The weather on Tuesday / Wednesday was horrible - strong 
(30-40Kt ) on shore winds and heavy rain. There were dozens of Black and a few 
Common Noddies in the port area, small nos. of Bridled Terns and a couple of 
Brown Boobies all visible from the shore / boats in the harbour. I suspect if 
someone walked some of the open beaches further south, they'd be a few beach 
washed birds.

Rob Morris

Brisbane, Australia

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