Wandering Albatross, Stradbroke Is, SE Qld

Subject: Wandering Albatross, Stradbroke Is, SE Qld
From: "Colin R" <>
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2010 08:02:47 +1000

A single juvenile Wandering Albatross heading south passed a seawatch
from Point Lookout, North stradbroke Is, on Sunday morning  between 8.00
- 11.00. The conditions were calm and warm, minimal SE breeze, low,
smooth swell to about .5 meter. Most birds were distant - Brown Noddies
feeding on a current line, 1 light phase Arctic Skua dashing south, 3
Leopard Sharks and numerous Dolphins and turtles around the headland


Colin R, Rob D and Stu W.
  Colin Reid
So many birds, so little time...... 

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