Blue-banded Toucanet and others

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Subject: Blue-banded Toucanet and others
From: "Geoffrey Jones" <>
Date: Mon, 20 Dec 2010 10:29:58 +1100
Good Morning Everyone 

                                             I have just posted a photo of a
Blue-banded Toucanet from Machu Pichu in Peru which I believe is one of the
few photos taken of this bird in the wild, also I have finished my Aus List
for the year with Antarctic Tern ( Shots from Macquarie were distant ) and
Common Redpoll ( a strange species from Macquarie as 3 took off, and the
wind took them away from me to fast to get a shot) Next I will post my
Albatross Photos including Chatham Islands Albatross with 13 species being
seen on this trip according to the IOC list. We had 2 memorable chumming
highlights with thousands of Salvin's Albatross at the Bounties and hundreds
of Northern Buller's ( Pacific ) Albatross and at least 50 Northern Royal
Albatross off the Sisters, which are in the Chatham group of Islands.

Kindest Regards

Geoff Jones



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