seawatch fort drive Newcastle

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Subject: seawatch fort drive Newcastle
From: Robert Mcdonald <>
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2013 01:27:04 -0800 (PST)
Hi all
spent a total of just under 5 hours doing seawatch at fort drive today only 
really the 
first hour was really exciting species and numbers are below. also i 
spotted a shearwater/petrel that i couldnt identify it had mostly white 
underwing, evenly brown above and a darker head almost black continuing 
down under the beak to the breast. 
Masked Booby - 1 
White-necked Petrel - 2 
Lesser Frigatebird - 2 possible 3rd 
Buller's Shearwater - 1 possible 2nd 
Great Shearwater - 1 
Streaked Shearwater - 2 
Pomarine Jaeger - 4 
Sooty Tern - 8 
Common Tern - 30+ 
Short-tailed Shearwater - 100+ 
Wedge-tailed Shearwater - 2000+ 
fluttering type shearwater - 10+ 
Sooty Oystercatcher - 26
Robert McDonald

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