Beach Stone Curlew at Sandy Straits

Jen,

The Beach Stone Curlews (Esacus giganteus) are more common up north but are getting rare at the southern end of their range. It should be the other way round if AGW was real.

We travel and camp in these sorts of small boats.

 

Jim  (Sandy Straits, Queensland)

2 Responses to Beach Stone Curlew at Sandy Straits

  1. Larry Fields August 1, 2012 at 1:41 pm #

    Jennifer,
    I’d like to make a contribution to the Best Nature Photographs category, but I’m not sure how to go about doing it. There’s one in particular of a ‘magical’ place, from a cross-country hike, from several years ago, of the Enchanted Pools loop, in the Northern Sierras. The amateur photographer is tiocampo, and I don’t think that he’d mind sharing his awesome photo, especially considering that I led the hike.

    What should I do? Send an email? If so, I had a problem in attempting to email you a few years ago. Apparently my computer skills are not up to the task of emailing to Oz from my freebie email account at yahoo.

    And what about the photo? Email attachment? Hot-link?

    Thanks.

  2. Jennifer August 1, 2012 at 8:04 pm #

    Hey Larry
    Email me the photograph n information to jennifermarohasy@jennifermarohasy.com .
    Alternatively upload the photograph temporarily to somewhere where I can then download. Jen

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