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  1. cruise-ship off nw CA: 25 Murphy's LINK
    DATE: May 9, 2017 @ 12:12pm, 7 month(s) ago
    The northwest-bound (San Francisco to se. Alaska) "Grand Princess" was
    
    well off Humboldt and Del Norte Counties from 6-10 AM on 09 May, before
    
    continuing on into Oregon waters. Highlights were a total of 25
    
    MURPHY'S PETRELS (18 Humboldt, 7 Del Norte), as well as an Arctic Tern
    
    and a group of 3 Greater Scaup heading north some 107 km west of
    
    Trinidad, HUM.
    
    As we departed San Francisco on 08 May, we had a FORK-TAILED
    
    STORM-PETREL only 1 mile outside the Golden Gate Bridge, and still well
    
    "inside" Land's End/Cliff House/Sutro. No surprise given the widespread
    
    incursion off central CA since April.
    
    --Paul Lehman, San Diego
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