Re: How many species in southern Qld/northern NSW this Winter?

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Subject: Re: How many species in southern Qld/northern NSW this Winter?
From: Michael Atzeni <>
Date: Sun, 30 Aug 2009 23:14:51 +0800 (WST)

Now up to 278 species. Thanks to those who submitted sightings.   I reckon 
320-330 spp is possible but where's the proof? 

At the end of this is the Wanted List.  I know some have already been mentioned 
on Birding-aus, Birdline Central & Southern Qld, or both. But since this 
exercise is about encouraging your active participation in building up the 
list, it defeats the purpose if I then have to go and trawl for records of 
non-participants to try and fill in the gaps. 

For these sightings to qualify, I would need the authors to indicate their 
support, either by giving the thumbs up for me or someone else to post on their 
behalf, or by registering and posting them directly. 


Wanted List:

 Little Penguin
 Wandering Albatross
 Shy Albatross
 Southern Giant Petrel
 Snow Petrel
 Great-winged Petrel
 Kermadec Petrel
 White-necked Petrel
 Gould's Petrel
 Black-winged Petrel
 Fairy Prion
 Black Petrel
 Streaked Shearwater
 Flesh-footed Shearwater
 Buller's Shearwater
 Short-tailed Shearwater
 Masked Booby
 Brown Booby
 Great Frigatebird
 Lesser Frigatebird
 Nankeen Night-Heron
 Australian Little Bittern
 Black Bittern
 Wandering Whistling-Duck
 Freckled Duck
 Radjah Shelduck
 Green Pygmy-goose
 Northern Mallard
 Black-breasted Buzzard
 Letter-winged Kite
 Collared Sparrowhawk
 Grey Falcon
 Stubble Quail
 Red-backed Button-quail
 Red-chested Button-quail
 Little Button-quail
 Pale-vented Bush-hen
 Australian Spotted Crake
 Spotless Crake
 Black-tailed Native-hen
 Australian Painted Snipe
 South Island Pied Oystercatcher
 Banded Stilt
 Red-necked Avocet
 Australian Pratincole
 Oriental Pratincole
 Banded Lapwing
 Red-kneed Dotterel
 Grey Plover
 Ringed Plover
 Lesser Sand Plover
 Oriental Plover
 Asian Dowitcher
 Black-tailed Godwit
 Little Curlew
 Lesser Yellowlegs
 Wood Sandpiper
 Terek Sandpiper
 Common Sandpiper
 Pectoral Sandpiper
 Broad-billed Sandpiper
 Red-necked Phalarope
 Brown Skua
 Pomarine Jaeger
 Arctic Jaeger
 Long-tailed Jaeger
 Pacific Gull
 Kelp Gull
 Laughing Gull
 Franklin's Gull
 Sabine's Gull
 Roseate Tern
 Black-naped Tern
 Common Tern
 Little Tern
 Bridled Tern
 White-winged Black Tern
 Black Noddy
 Grey Ternlet
 White Tern
 Brush Bronzewing
 Diamond Dove
 Superb Fruit-Dove
 Rose-crowned Fruit-Dove
 Pied Imperial-Pigeon
 Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo
 Double-eyed Fig-Parrot
 Australian Ringneck
 Turquoise Parrot
 Ground Parrot
 Superb Parrot
 Oriental Cuckoo
 Pallid Cuckoo
 Black-eared Cuckoo
 Horsfield's Bronze-Cuckoo
 Little Bronze-Cuckoo
 Eastern Koel
 Channel-billed Cuckoo
 Masked Owl
 Eastern Grass Owl
 Powerful Owl
 Barking Owl
 Marbled Frogmouth
 Spotted Nightjar
 White-throated Nightjar
 Australian Swiftlet
 White-throated Needletail
 Fork-tailed Swift
 Red-backed Kingfisher
 Noisy Pitta
 Horsfield's Bushlark
 White-backed Swallow
 Barn Swallow
 Barred Cuckoo-shrike
 White-winged Triller
 Blue Rock Thrush
 Bassian Thrush
 Common Blackbird
 Brown Songlark
 Rufous Songlark
 Black-faced Monarch
 Spectacled Monarch
 Satin Flycatcher
 Shining Flycatcher
 Scarlet Robin
 Flame Robin
 Hooded Robin
 Crested Bellbird
 Olive Whistler
 White-browed Babbler
 Southern Emu-wren
 Eastern Bristlebird
 Chestnut-rumped Heathwren
 Chestnut-rumped Thornbill
 Fairy Gerygone
 Western Gerygone
 Southern Whiteface
 Crimson Chat
 Dusky Honeyeater
 Black Honeyeater
 Pied Honeyeater
 Black-chinned Honeyeater
 White-fronted Honeyeater
 Painted Honeyeater
 Regent Honeyeater
 Masked Woodswallow
 White-browed Woodswallow
 Little Woodswallow
 Spotted Bowerbird
 Diamond Firetail
 Plum-headed Finch
 Zebra Finch
 European Goldfinch

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