Thomas & Thomas 2nd Edition.

To: "Paul Walbridge" <>
Subject: Thomas & Thomas 2nd Edition.
Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2011 19:06:36 +1100
Hi all

I'm at present working my way through the new guide (Thomas, Thomas,
Andrew & McBride) and will post a full review in a few days. It is
certainly a major step forward from the first edition.


Russell Woodford
Birding-Aus List Owner

On Tue, March 22, 2011 8:50 am, Paul Walbridge wrote:
> 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
> e-mail.
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