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yes there are actually several species here that are believed to have blown over - the white heron for example, occasionally we get pelicans and the odd kookaburra.
Very interesting Phil, imagine how many haven't found land. We are currently experiencing terrible Westerlies and massive out of control bushfires right up and down the East coast, you're lucky your not getting our smoke.

Last year we had literally tonnes of pumice stone wash up from NZ.
 
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Very interesting Phil, imagine how many haven't found land. We are currently experiencing terrible Westerlies and massive out of control bushfires right up and down the East coast, you're lucky your not getting our smoke.

Last year we had literally tonnes of pumice stone wash up from NZ.
we do get your smoke, from time to time it makes the sunsets quite pretty. I think the pumice was from an undersea volcano in the Pacific somewhere - near tonga - there are some pretty amazing pictures if you google pumice raft
 
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Someone we spoke to on the weekend mentioned that they could see the red sky in the direction of Australia from Raglan.
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