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2017 March 19 Trip Results

TYPE Gray’s Canyon
YYMMDD 17-03-19
VESSEL Monte Carlo
CAPTAIN Phil Anderson
LEADER Bruce labar
SPOTTER (S1) Gene Revelas
Deckhand Chris Anderson
Start Time 653 TOTAL
Harlequin Duck 2
Surf Scoter 192
White-winged Scoter 45
Red-throated Loon 13
Pacific Loon 16
Common Loon 7
Red-necked Grebe 8
Western Grebe 4
Black-footed Albatross 93
N. Fulmar dark 41
N. Fulmar light 5
Pink-footed Shearwater 1
Sooty Shearwater 17
Short-tailed Shearwater 2
Sooty/Short-tailed Shearwater 7
Fork-tailed Storm-Petrel 32
Brandt’s Cormorant 38
Double-cr. Cormorant 2
Pelagic Cormorant 4
Marbled Godwit 30
Black Turnstone 2
Sanderling 1
Pomarine Jaeger 3
jaeger sp 1
Common Murre 2323
Pigeon Guillemot 5
Marbled Murrelet 6
Ancient Murrelet 1
Cassin’s Auklet 98
Parakeet Auklet 7
Rhinoceros Auklet 57
Black-legged Kittiwake 235
Sabine’s Gull 11
Mew Gull 15
California Gull 32
Herring Gull 59
Thayer’s Gull 1
Glaucous-winged Gull 1
GWWG 149
Total Birds 3566
Humpback Whale 1
Gray Whale 3
Whale sp. 1
Harbor Seal 1
Northern Fur Seal 1
Elephant Seal 1
California Sea-Lion 1
Northern (Steller’s) Sea-Lion 15
Sea Otter 1

Image Gallery

 

Northern Right-Whale Dolphin Common Murre Leach's Storm-Petrel Long-tailed Jaeger Red-legged Kittiwake Sabine's Gull

2017 Schedule

Gray’s Canyon trips cover the Continental Shelf and Gray’s Canyon, a submarine canyon at the shelf edge. Outer Slope trips cover the same area as the Gray’s Canyon trips, with additional time...

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Possible Species

The Pulpit Rock Birds that can be expected on most or all April – October trips: Black-footed Albatross, Northern Fulmar, Sooty Shearwater, Pink-footed Shearwater, Fork-tailed Storm-Petrel, Red-necked and Red Ph...

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