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 Post subject: Manx Shearwater
PostPosted: Tue Sep 26, 2017 4:23 pm 
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Joined: Wed Feb 23, 2011 8:03 pm
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Location: Lincoln
Yesterday morning I had a quick look over from the prom at Sutton-on-sea. I picked up a bird on the water 60-70 yds out,
pleased to see a Manx Shearwater. Not having a close up shot of a Manx I went to fetch my camera, upon return the bird had drifted to far out for a decent photo.
Three hours or so later on way back from Chapel having treated my good lady to fish and chips, I decided to have a look over the top from Wolla bank. Spotting a Great Black Backed stabbing at a lifeless bird down near the tide line, I went to investigate. Sad
to see it was a Manx.
I took a photo with my phone, but certainly not the type of close up I wanted. [ I will upload to photo album ]

Pete


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