Thomas & Thomas 2nd Edition.

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Subject: Thomas & Thomas 2nd Edition.
From: "Paul Walbridge" <>
Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2011 07:50:40 +1000
Hi All, I was just sent an excerpt of Thomas & Thomas 2nd edition re; Southport 
Pelagics. I don't know who did the research but it's obvious I was not 
consulted, it has several inaccuracies. 
1. We stopped using the Sea World Research & Rescue vessel in 2000.
2. There have been 78 species of seabird recorded outside the Seaway since 1995 
not 62.
3. Tahiti Petrel has been recorded in every month and more often than not 
approach the vessel.
4. Some of the key species mentioned for Wollongong are actually seen in 
greater numbers off    Southport eg. Providence Petrel Apr-Oct. There have been 
6 South Polar Skua sightings off Southport, 2 of those were sent to BARC and 
accepted a 3rd is pending.
I've actually mentioned on Birding-aus that Tahiti Petrel has occurred in every 
month and also the number of species recorded.
Still, it was good to get a mention in the book and it was a great improvement 
on the original section, at least my new home phone number is correct. 
Cheers - Paul W and it is okay to use my work number (07) 3139 4584 and my 

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