storm-blown seabirds, see earlier comments on the chatline

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Subject: storm-blown seabirds, see earlier comments on the chatline
From: Mark Clayton <>
Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2020 08:01:30 +0000
I now have two photographs of the White-tailed Tropicbird which
unfortunately has died and hopefully will be passed on to the ANWC. The
photos were passed on to me by a local wildlife carer.

I will be interested to see how the rarities committee treat these
records - the Red-tailed Tropicbird from Murrumbateman and Goulburn, the
White-bellied Storm Petrel from somewhere in Canberra and the tropicbird
mentioned above (I have seen theother photos posted on the ABID Facebook
page and am happy with the identifications as are several more
knowledgeable "pelagic tragics" than me.


On 13/02/2020 6:03 pm, Michael Lenz wrote:
> Michael Lenz

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