I apologize for the late post.... not sure what happened, I honestly thought I finished... between being overworked, overtired and a new tablet.... I am losing my mind. (okay it was lost a long time ago)
It was pretty tough viewing conditions out there, for Rabbit Island observations. Though the day started at 0800, it would be 1132 before Kea (RN46) and the J/M, unknown hauled out together at 1BS on RI. With the J/M in the lead they would move up to be back of the dune, left of 1BS. The juvenile was barely visible, but Kea was further out and that beautiful RFF natural bleach, was loud and clear.
At 0545 Team Billand reported the Benny (RE74) at Paradise Cove. He was gone on their 0932 check.
Beginning at 0838 the Billands began advising of animals arriving to Maili Point. First it was RN14 RIP (RR70), then at 0945 they called with word that Kekoa (RK72) and RW02 were there.
At 1016 it was the Kolohe 9RW22) & Kerby (RW08). It sounded like there was lots of bickering, and coming and going, but bottom line is that it as a 6 critter day at Maili Pt.
At 1347 the Billands reported RK36 at Maili.
At 1610 Barbara called advising that her sister had reported to her that Pohaku (RO28) was at Lahi Lahi.