Dugong Bay Spuddle

Dugong Bay Spuddle
 
 
 
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We ate our lunch to the happy trilling of our visitors.
 
 
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We jumped into Baby Beez and set off from the anchorage to explore.
 
 
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Wherever we looked we were surrounded by trees fringed with rocks.
 
 
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A spot of rock watching, not done since Refuge Bay. A hunter keeps his beady eyes open, so well camouflaged.
 
 
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Round the corner there was a little sand, then mangrove in front of the trees.
 
 
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Then just mangrove and trees.........
 
 
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...... and a pair of oystercatchers.
 
 
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From Beez we went nearly two miles as far as we could until things got too shallow.
 
 
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Million of trees completely protected.
 
 
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A lone tree in the shallows.
 
 
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We passed the back of some rocks, the biggest called Lady Islet, where we saw a pair of pied oystercatchers. Leaving them to their afternoon scruffing about we left the islet and headed back to Beez.
 
 
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Busy clouds.
 
 
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Home for games.
 
 
 
 
ALL IN ALL SUCH A VAST AREA OF UNSPOILT WILDERNESS
                     WONDERFUL TO SPUDDLE AGAIN