Southport Pelagics - March - Saturday 27th

To: paul walbridge <>, birding aus <>
Subject: Southport Pelagics - March - Saturday 27th
From: robert morris <>
Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2010 02:17:47 +0000

Just to add to Paul Walbridge's email, if anyone would like a spreadsheet of 
what they may see in March - please let me know. March is often the best month 
off southport with a high diversity of species, particularly of Petrels.

The south-east winds this week with calmer conditions forecast for Saturday (1m 
swell and up to 10kt wind at this stage) and following a cyclone to the north, 
are ideal for a spectacular day. This is a list of some of the good birds seen 
in previous March trips (those with a * next to them were seen in Feb 2010)

White-necked Petrel *

Black-winged petrel *

White-headed Petrel

Kermadec Petrel *

Herald Petrel

Tahiti Petrel *

Great-winged Petrel *

Gould's Petrel *

Streaked Shearwater

Wedge-tailed Shearwater *

Flesh-footed Shearwater *

Fluttering Shearwater

Hutton's Shearwater *

Wilson's Storm-Petrel

White-tailed Tropicbird *

Australasian Gannet

Masked Booby

Pomarine Jaeger *

Arctic Jaeger

Sooty Tern *

White Tern

If you've dreamt of seeing some of these amazing seabirds and want to go - get 
in contact with Paul to fill the last few places.

Contact Paul Walbridge: (PH) (W) 3139 4258 (H) 3256 4124

Rob Morris

Brisbane, Australia

> Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2010 07:09:38 +1000
> From: 
> To: 
> Subject: [Birding-Aus] Southport Pelagics.
> Hi All, due to the inclement conditions Saturdays (20th) pelagic was 
> postponed until this coming Saturday (27th) & there are several spots now 
> available, due to pax. having other commitments. Conditions for Saturday are 
> looking pretty favourable & straight after a cyclone there could be anything 
> around.
> Cheers - Paul W.
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