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SEARCHER trip report: Flesh-footed Shearwater; Cook's; 4 tropicbirds

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  • thunefeld
    Searcher s Labor Day week luxury live-aboard pelagic adventure through the Channel Islands and deep waters beyond the Continental Shelf began with a Black
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 16 11:02 AM
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      Searcher's Labor Day week luxury live-aboard pelagic adventure through the Channel Islands and deep waters beyond the Continental Shelf began with a Black Storm-Petrel in San Diego Harbor, 2 Black Oystercatchers at Ballast Point, a LONG-TAILED JAEGER, 15 LEAST and a WILSON'S STORM-PETREL at the Nine Mile Bank in San Diego Waters.

      The trip also recorded a FLESH-FOOTED SHEARWATER, a COOK'S PETREL and 4 RED-BILLED TROPICBIRDS in LA County near the Bell Bank 130+ n. miles offshore. Other highlights included dozens of Buller's Shearwaters, more than 100 Long-tailed Jaegers, South Polar Skua, lost of Ashy and 3 subspecies of Leach's Storm-Petrels, plus 14 albatrosses.

      Trip List, Species List, Trip Track, Photos and Video are posted at:
      http://www.socalbirding.com/2010tripreports/searcher610sep2011.html

      Next SoCal trips are this Saturday (Santa Barbara) and next Saturday (Dana Point)
      http://www.socalbirding.com/upcomingtrips.html

      Debi Shearwater is in the heart of her season. It's the most wonderful time of the year! I'll be up there for 5 trips in a row next week to find my life Streaked Shearwater.
      http://www.socalbirding.com/upcomingtrips.html

      W. Terry Hunefeld, Encinitas
      Life is short. Seabird often.
      In memory of Luke Cole
      "Come on out with us to see what's out there."

      Southern California Seabirding Trips
      by: Buena Vista Audubon Society
      http://www.SoCalBirding.com
      Los Coronados Islands & Nine Mile Bank
      all the way to the edge of the Continental Shelf
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