Southport Pelagic Spreadsheet - updated version with data from over 100

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Subject: Southport Pelagic Spreadsheet - updated version with data from over 100 pelagics
From: robert morris <>
Date: Sun, 20 Mar 2011 11:09:32 +0000
Dear All
I have updated my spreadsheet on the pelagic seabirds recorded from Southport 
Pelagics in SEQ (including a few sets of data from Brisbane trips) and 
including both 2011 trips (Feb and March (both January trips were cancelled due 
to the weather)).
The spreadsheet now includes data from 101 trips: Jan (9), Feb (10), Mar (11), 
Apr (9), May (6), June (7), July (7), Aug (9), Sept (7), Oct (9), Nov (10) Dec 
(7). Given all the additional data, for each species recorded in each month I 
have broadly categorized (and coloured) them as Common(>80%), Frequent 
(60-79%), Regular (40-59%), Occasional (20-39) and Rare /
  vagrant  (<20%). 
This spreadsheet will give you a better idea of your chances of any given 
species in any month - but is still not comprehensive. It will certainly be 
useful if you're thinking of planning a trip.
If you'd like a copy, please let me know.

Rob Morris 



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