Golden Whistler - Botanic Park, Mt Bates, Red Road, Hollow Pine tracks -
Grey Fantail - many sightings all over the island.
Grey Gerygone - Common on Mt Bates, Red Road, West Palm Glen, Lower
Palm Glen, and Hollow Pine tracks. Also in gardens around the island.
Silvereye - common
Long-billed Silvereye - quite common on the higher tracks - Mt Bates,
Mt Pitt Summit, Red Road.
Greenfinch - 1 on Mt Bates track
House Sparrows and Starling - common.
Kestrel - Kingston - over the ruins
- Mt Bates track
Swamp Harrier - 2 over Mt Bates track
- 1 at corner of
Bullocks Hut and Duncombe Rds
- 1 at Selwyn
Pacific Golden Plover - ca 20 frequently on the flat areas near the
ca 20 at the airport runway distant from the terminal
ca 10 at the end of Stockyard Rd.
Ruddy Turnstone - fairly common at Kingston foreshore, flats between
Kingston ruins, Point Blackbourne, airport runway.
Double-banded Plover - Kingston foreshore - up to 14 at a time.
Whimbrel - 30 on hills near Point Hunter
- 12 on reef at Slaughter Bay
- 1 at end of Stockyard Rd.
Bar-tailed Godwit - 1 or 2 around the swamps near Kingston
Greenshank - 2 at Kingston foreshore - flyover
White-faced Heron - many sightings in paddocks and beaches.
Mallard hybrid - Green Pool Rock from Cooks Monument ca 10
- Watermill Dam ca
Purple Swamphen - 6 on the swampy flats near Kingston ruins.
Feral Goose - 15 at Kingston
Brown Noddy - 6 seen from Cooks Monument.
- 10+ over Slaughter
Black Noddy - common all around the cliffs and beaches.
- nesting colony in Hundred Acre Reserve
White Tern - present all the time everywhere, many young at nests in
Red Junglefowl - many, in paddocks all over the island.
Greater Frigatebird - 1 flew past Point Blackbourne.
Wedge-tailed Shearwater - Flying in to burrows at Anson Point -
some flying over Slaughter Bay
Boobook Owl ( N.Z. Morepork) - 2 heard Red Road/ J.E rd carpark 30/3
1 heard Hollow Pine track 1/4
3-4 heard in the dip before the entrance
to Cooks Monument 3/4
1 called in and spotlighted 2 curves down
from the entrance to Hollow
track on the Mt Pitt Rd. 3/4
Red-tailed Tropicbird - many, best seen flying backwards from Cooks
Crested Tern - 1 flew over Kingston jetty and ruins.
Tattler of uncertain species - could have been a Grey tailed - 1 on
Continued pt 3