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Winter Seabird Trips

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  • Debra Shearwater
    Howdy, Seabirders, Its winter time and seabirding might not cross your mind, but it can still be a good time to get out on the ocean. This is a great time of
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 8, 2008
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      Howdy, Seabirders,

      Its winter time and seabirding might not cross your mind, but it can
      still be a good time to get out on the ocean. This is a great time of
      year to see a wide variety of gulls (up to 13 species, including
      Black-legged Kittiwake), alcids (Common Murre, Ancient Murrelet,
      Rhinoceros & Cassin's Auklets most common), and some shearwaters
      (Sooty, Short-tailed, Pink-footed being most likely), and loons and
      grebes. We usually see Northern Fulmars and Black-footed
      Albatrosses. Rare seabirds that we have recorded at this time of
      year include: Yellow-billed Loon, Laysan & Short-tailed Albatrosses,
      and Greater, Flesh-footed, & Manx Shearwaters. Naturally, this is the
      peak time of year to see the Gray Whale migration.

      Shearwater Journeys has trips scheduled for January 13th and March 2
      with spaces available. Expert seabird leaders will accompany each
      trip. Leaders scheduled for the January 13th trip include: Linda
      Terrill, Scott Terrill, Brian Sullivan, Don Doolittle, and Debra
      Shearwater.

      If you need more information, please contact Debra Shearwater for a
      reservation as soon as possible.

      Shearwaters forever,
      Debi


      Debra Shearwater
      PO Box 190
      Hollister, CA 95024
      831.637.8527
      debi@...
      www.shearwaterjourneys.com





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