[TN-Bird] photos from recent NC pelagics

  • From: "Chris Sloan" <chris.sloan@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <birdky@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 8 Aug 2007 23:05:33 -0500

I've posted some photos from two pelagic trips out of Hatteras, NC this past
weekend.  Among them are a series of shots of a dark morph Trinidade
(Herald) Petrel and a nice shot illustrating the two subspecies of Cory's
Shearwater (a potential split).  Here is the link to my SmugMug page, and
you'll see the NC Pelagics gallery:



The trips are run by Brian Patteson and he has several more through the
fall.  His web site is www.seabirding.com <http://www.seabirding.com/>  for
more information.  I am going back for Labor Day weekend for two
photography-oriented trips; as of a few days ago he still had some
availability on those trips.  There are also a few trips specifically
searching for White-faced Storm-Petrel; in fact they had one the weekend
before last that was entirely unexpected.  His trips are fun and you'll see
a lot of birds, so I encourage you to check them out if you haven't before.




Chris Sloan

Nashville, TN

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