Re: [CALBIRDS] Least Storm-Petrel Swarm photos
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From: thunefeld <thunefeld@...>
Sent: Sun, October 24, 2010 5:09:11 PM
Subject: [CALBIRDS] Least Storm-Petrel Swarm photos
The swarm of thousands of Least & Black Storm-Petrel photos taken Oct 9 in L.A.
County are in and posted. Visit:
http://www.socalbirding.com/2010tripreports/sandiego9oct2010.html. The video
contains Matt's photos of the presumed Townsend's Leach's Storm-Petrel as well
as cameos of Paul Lehman, Curtis Marantz, Brian Daniels, Guy (whale expert)
McCaskie and San Diego's favorite redhead, Shellie Matson.
November begins the season for Short-tailed Shearwaters. Buena Vista Audubon's
final 2010 pelagic trip goes a-hunting shearwaters on the Nine Mile Bank before
visiting the Coronados Islands to see how many booby species are hanging out
there. Early Bird Registration is $60 through November 4 for this Nine hour
We expect numbers of Pink-footed and Sooty Shearwaters as they head back to
their breeding grounds in the Southern Hemisphere. Black-vented Shearwaters are
now here in force from their summer breeding grounds in Baja -- we'll sort
through them for Manx Shearwaters -- experts think it's just a matter of time
until we find one off San Diego in autumn. And don't forget – a Red-billed
Tropicbird was photographed on the Nine Mile Bank on 13 Feb 2010. You just
Finally, the daily, county and geographical area species list for the Oct 2-4
trip (much of it in L.A. waters) is now posted on that trip report's webpage at:
W. Terry Hunefeld, Encinitas, San Diego
Life is short. Seabird often.
In memory of Luke Cole and Mike San Miguel
"Come on out with us to see what's out there."
Southern California Seabirding Trips
by: Buena Vista Audubon Society
Los Coronados Islands & Nine Mile Bank
all the way to the edge of the Continental Shelf
SoCal Pelagic Birding Adventures
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