Booby at Shorncliffe, Brisbane

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Subject: Booby at Shorncliffe, Brisbane
From: Stephen Murray <>
Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2013 11:38:07 +1000
Hello all. I've just been down to the waterfront at Shorncliffe (Brisbane)
to see what the storm has blown in. There are several Sooty Terns in the
mouth of Cabbage Tree Creek at the moment, fighting against the wind. More
interesting than that however, is what appears to be a Booby roosting in
mangroves on the other side of the creek. It would be nice if some Brisbane
birder with some decent optics could check it out. It is directly opposite
the intersection of Friday street and Allpass Parade. It doesn't look like a
Brown Booby and it's the wrong time of year for Gannets, which leaves

Cheers Steve Murray


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