Spring Sightings: SEQ/Northern NSW

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Subject: Spring Sightings: SEQ/Northern NSW
From: Michael Atzeni <>
Date: Sat, 27 Nov 2010 14:21:32 +0800 (WST)
Hi all 

You can see a summary of 313 species reported within 250km of Toowoomba, SEQ, 
so far this Spring at: 

I'm keen to hear from you, if you've recorded the following species this 
Spring, anywhere roughly between Inskip Point and Ballina, and west to 
Goodiwindi, Westmar, and Roma districts, and don't mind your sightings 
appearing on our humble forum :-) 

Mick Atzeni 
Toowomba Bird Observers 

Little Penguin 
White-tailed Tropicbird 
Black-browed Albatross 
Yellow-nosed Albatross 
Shy Albatross 
Southern Giant Petrel 
Northern Giant Petrel 
Snow Petrel 
Great-winged Petrel 
Tahiti Petrel 
White-necked Petrel 
Gould's Petrel 
Black-winged Petrel 
Fairy Prion 
Black Petrel 
Streaked Shearwater 
Buller's Shearwater 
Sooty Shearwater 
Fluttering Shearwater 
White-faced Storm-Petrel 
Black-bellied Storm-Petrel 
Masked Booby 
Great Frigatebird 
Lesser Frigatebird 
Australian Little Bittern 
Black Bittern 
Australasian Bittern 
Freckled Duck 
Green Pygmy-goose 
Black-breasted Buzzard 
Letter-winged Kite 
Grey Goshawk 
Red Goshawk 
Grey Falcon 
King Quail 
Red-backed Button-quail 
Little Button-quail 
Baillon's Crake 
Australian Spotted Crake 
White-browed Crake 
Black-tailed Native-hen 
Australian Bustard 
Australian Painted Snipe 
South Island Pied Oystercatcher 
Banded Stilt 
Red-necked Avocet 
Australian Pratincole 
Oriental Pratincole 
Red-kneed Dotterel 
Ringed Plover 
Double-banded Plover 
Oriental Plover 
Hooded Dotterel 
Asian Dowitcher 
Little Curlew 
Lesser Yellowlegs 
Wood Sandpiper 
Long-toed Stint 
Pectoral Sandpiper 
Broad-billed Sandpiper 
Red-necked Phalarope 
Brown Skua 
Arctic Jaeger 
Long-tailed Jaeger 
Pacific Gull 
Laughing Gull 
Franklin's Gull 
Sabine's Gull 
Roseate Tern 
Black-naped Tern 
White-fronted Tern 
White-winged Black Tern 
Black Noddy 
Common Noddy 
Grey Ternlet 
White Tern 
Emerald Dove 
Brush Bronzewing 
Diamond Dove 
Superb Fruit-Dove 
Rose-crowned Fruit-Dove 
Pied Imperial-Pigeon 
Double-eyed Fig-Parrot 
Swift Parrot 
Ground Parrot 
Superb Parrot 
Oriental Cuckoo 
Black-eared Cuckoo 
Masked Owl 
Barking Owl 
Spotted Nightjar 
White-throated Nightjar 
Australian Swiftlet 
Fork-tailed Swift 
Blue-winged Kookaburra 
Red-backed Kingfisher 
Horsfield's Bushlark 
White-backed Swallow 
Barn Swallow 
Barred Cuckoo-shrike 
Blue Rock Thrush 
Brown Songlark 
Satin Flycatcher 
Shining Flycatcher 
Scarlet Robin 
Red-capped Robin 
Flame Robin 
Crested Bellbird 
Olive Whistler 
Southern Emu-wren 
Eastern Bristlebird 
Chestnut-rumped Heathwren 
Inland Thornbill 
Chestnut-rumped Thornbill 
Fairy Gerygone 
Western Gerygone 
Crimson Chat 
Dusky Honeyeater 
Black Honeyeater 
Pied Honeyeater 
Black-chinned Honeyeater 
White-fronted Honeyeater 
Regent Honeyeater 
Masked Woodswallow 
White-browed Woodswallow 
Little Woodswallow 
Spotted Bowerbird 
Nutmeg Mannikin 
European Goldfinch 


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