*A few of the Birds of French Island*

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Subject: *A few of the Birds of French Island*
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2000 20:20:26 -0700 (PDT)
Some good friends of mine completed a survey of French
Island, an Idylic Island here in Western Port Bay with
these results:

Hope they make your ticking fingers twitchy :-]

This is only a quarter of what they found, 212 in
total, not bad for 2 days out on the Island eh?

  Great Crested Grebe
  Hoary-Headed Grebe
  Australasian Grebe
  Little Penguin
  Black-Browed Albatross
  Shy Albatross
  Southern Giant Petrel
  Southern Fulmar
  Cape Petrel
  White-Headed Petrel
  Fairy Prion
  Short-Tailed Shearwater
  Fluttering Shearwater
  Common Diving Petrel
  Australian Pelican
  Australasian Gannet
  Black-Faced Shag
  Great Cormorant
  Pied Cormorant
  Little Black Cormorant
  Little Pied Cormorant
  Pacific Heron
  White-Faced Heron
  Cattle Egret
  Great Egret
  Little Egret
  Rufous Night Heron
  Australasian Bittern
  Glossy Ibis
  Sacred Ibis
  Straw-Necked Ibis
  Royal Spoonbill
  Black Swan
  Cape Barren Goose
  Australian Shelduck
  Pacific Black Duck
  Grey Teal
  Chestnut Teal
  Australasian Shoveller
  Pink-Eared Duck
  Maned Duck
  Blue-Billed Duck
  Musk Duck
  Black-Shouldered Kite
  Letter-Winged Kite
  Whistling Kite
  Brown Goshawk
  Collared Sparrowhawk
  White-Bellied Sea Eagle
  Wedge-Tailed Eagle
  Spotted Harrier
  Marsh Harrier

The full list is sadly on it's way by snail mail to
Cere Hugo of BA. :-]

Having puta problems down here with links grrrrr.

Have a great weegend everyone.


2001 a "Bird Odyssey"

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