Atlantic Petrel in Slater Field Guide

Subject: Atlantic Petrel in Slater Field Guide
From: Steve Clark <>
Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2005 14:13:34 -0700
G'day all

I'm still reeling from the pelagic off Port Fairy on Sunday - I was a last 
fill-in on the trip so how lucky is that?

Just looking up something in the latest edition of the Slater Field
Guide and noticed it has an entry for the Atlantic Petrel - "Extremely
rare accidental from south Atlantic to south west".  This implies there
is a record from sw WA.  Does anyone know what this is referring to?

Good luck to those heading out to look for the bird this week.


Steve Clark
Hamilton, Victoria

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