This spreadsheet is now available on the BOCA website at
http://boca.org.au/come-birding/pelagics (scroll down to Southport).
On 20 March 2011 22:09, robert morris <> wrote:
> 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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