> To: "Mendobirds" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> From: "Bob Keiffer" <rjkeiffer@...>
> Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 21:56:27 -0800
> Subject: [Mendobirds] Laysan Albatross
> 30-November-2005 - Grace Steuer reported to me that
> a surfer told her that "Al", the Laysan Albatross
> that has frequented Point Arena Cove during the last
> dozen winters, returned several days ago. Grace
> personally saw the bird today to confirm. I
> repeat this every year, but Point Arena Cove from
> now through probably Late February provides THE BEST
> CHANCE of seeing a Laysan Albatross with your feet
> planted on firm ground (not in a boat on a pelagic
> trip) of anywhere in the 48 states or probably North
> In past winters, based upon reports and personal
> experience, one has about a 50% chance of seeing it
> in the cove on any day. Arrival and loafing time
> for the bird in the cove varies ...sometimes being
> there first thing in the morning, other times
> arriving in the morning, mid-day, or late afternoon.
> If you plan on viewing this bird plan on walking
> out on the dock several times during the day to
> increase your chances of seeing it. Some days it
> apparently does NOT come into the cove.
> Good Luck, Bob Keiffer
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