Not reported as at 15.03.07 - Details of survey area

Species seen within 250 km radius of Toowoomba, excluding the club survey area.

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Not reported as at 15.03.07 - Details of survey area

Post by Mick Atzeni » Thu Mar 15, 2007 12:51 pm

It's been a tardy start. Only 77 species reported so far! Target is 250.

Going by the regional list below, there are 333 species still up for grabs!!

If you see any of them this Autumn, please be proactive and post your sightings. Positive generates positive. Spread the word about the TBO's 'online communal twitchathon all season long!' .

In doing so, everyone can benefit from the timely birding information in this region.

You do not have to be a member of the club to contribute. Just register on this forum, which is necessary so we can sort you out from the spammers. It's just a small inconvenience, but not much to ask, is it?

Also, to post a list of sightings, you can copy and paste e.g. from the list below, to save typing, then edit as required.

The 250 km radius we've allowed for this small 250-spp target is extremely generous. (Can always up the target, or decrease the area - I'll let your postings do the talking!). The 250km radius extends to:
  • * Gayndah, Tairo and Tin Can Bay to the north
    * The coast between Tin Can Bay and Ballina to the east - offshore pelagic sightings will count too
    * About 30 km north of Glen Innes , to the south
    * About 30 km south of Goondiwindi, to the southwest
    * West to Westmar and Erringibba NP (just east of Glenmorgan on the Surat-Tara Rd), and
    * about 10km west and northwest of Miles
Note: The BEYOND region excludes the club's official survey area, which is a rectangular region extending from Kingsthorpe, NW of Toowoomba, to the Mt Whitestone area, SE of Helidon. Sightings in this core region should be posted under the WITHIN listing on this Forum.

Therefore, most of the local wetlands including Cooby Dam, and those around Laidley, Gatton and Esk are not within the club's local survey area, but are in the BEYOND survey area, so make the most of them.

Unreported Species so far this Autumn:

Stubble Quail
King Quail
Magpie Goose
Plumed Whistling-Duck
Wandering Whistling-Duck
Blue-billed Duck
Musk Duck
Freckled Duck
Australian Shelduck
Cotton Pygmy-goose
Green Pygmy-goose
Australasian Shoveler
Grey Teal
Chestnut Teal
Pink-eared Duck
Hoary-headed Grebe
Great Crested Grebe
Southern Giant-Petrel
Northern Giant-Petrel
Cape Petrel
Tahiti Petrel
Great-winged Petrel
Providence Petrel
Fairy Prion
Streaked Shearwater
Wedge-tailed Shearwater
Buller's Shearwater
Flesh-footed Shearwater
Short-tailed Shearwater
Fluttering Shearwater
Hutton's Shearwater
Wandering Albatross
Black-browed Albatross
Shy Albatross
Wilson's Storm-Petrel
Red-tailed Tropicbird
Australasian Gannet
Masked Booby
Brown Booby
Little Pied Cormorant
Little Black Cormorant
Great Cormorant
Great Frigatebird
Lesser Frigatebird
Little Egret
Eastern Reef-Egret
White-necked Heron
Intermediate Egret
Striated Heron
Nankeen Night-Heron
Little Bittern
Black Bittern
Australasian Bittern
Glossy Ibis
Yellow-billed Spoonbill
Black-necked Stork
Pacific Baza
Letter-winged Kite
Square-tailed Kite
Black-breasted Buzzard
Black Kite
Brown Goshawk
Grey Goshawk
Collared Sparrowhawk
Red Goshawk
Wedge-tailed Eagle
Little Eagle
Grey Falcon
Black Falcon
Peregrine Falcon
Nankeen Kestrel
Buff-banded Rail
Lewin's Rail
Baillon's Crake
Australian Spotted Crake
Spotless Crake
Black-tailed Native-hen
Eurasian Coot
Red-backed Button-quail
Little Button-quail
Red-chested Button-quail
Painted Button-quail
Black-breasted Button-quail
Latham's Snipe
Black-tailed Godwit
Bar-tailed Godwit
Little Curlew
Eastern Curlew
Common Redshank
Marsh Sandpiper
Common Greenshank
Wood Sandpiper
Terek Sandpiper
Common Sandpiper
Grey-tailed Tattler
Wandering Tattler
Ruddy Turnstone
Asian Dowitcher
Great Knot
Red Knot
Red-necked Stint
Pectoral Sandpiper
Sharp-tailed Sandpiper
Curlew Sandpiper
Broad-billed Sandpiper
Red-necked Phalarope
Painted Snipe
Comb-crested Jacana
Bush Stone-curlew
Beach Stone-curlew
Pied Oystercatcher
Sooty Oystercatcher
Red-necked Avocet
Pacific Golden Plover
Grey Plover
Red-capped Plover
Double-banded Plover
Lesser Sand Plover
Greater Sand Plover
Oriental Plover
Red-kneed Dotterel
Banded Lapwing
Oriental Pratincole
Australian Pratincole
Great Skua
Pomarine Jaeger
Arctic Jaeger
Long-tailed Jaeger
Kelp Gull
Silver Gull
Gull-billed Tern
Caspian Tern
Lesser Crested Tern
Crested Tern
Roseate Tern
White-fronted Tern
Black-naped Tern
Common Tern
Little Tern
Bridled Tern
Sooty Tern
Whiskered Tern
White-winged Black Tern
Common Noddy
Black Noddy
Grey Ternlet
Rock Dove
White-headed Pigeon
Common Bronzewing
Brush Bronzewing
Squatter Pigeon
Diamond Dove
Peaceful Dove
Wonga Pigeon
Wompoo Fruit-Dove
Superb Fruit-Dove
Topknot Pigeon
Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo
Glossy Black-Cockatoo
Long-billed Corella
Rainbow Lorikeet
Musk Lorikeet
Little Lorikeet
Double-eyed Fig-Parrot
Red-winged Parrot
Crimson Rosella
Eastern Rosella
Australian Ringneck
Blue Bonnet
Swift Parrot
Red-rumped Parrot
Turquoise Parrot
Ground Parrot
Oriental Cuckoo
Pallid Cuckoo
Brush Cuckoo
Fan-tailed Cuckoo
Black-eared Cuckoo
Horsfield's Bronze-Cuckoo
Shining Bronze-Cuckoo
Little Bronze-Cuckoo
Common Koel
Channel-billed Cuckoo
Pheasant Coucal
Powerful Owl
Barking Owl
Southern Boobook
Sooty Owl
Masked Owl
Barn Owl
Grass Owl
Tawny Frogmouth
Marbled Frogmouth
White-throated Nightjar
Spotted Nightjar
Australian Owlet-nightjar
White-rumped Swiftlet
Fork-tailed Swift
Azure Kingfisher
Blue-winged Kookaburra
Forest Kingfisher
Red-backed Kingfisher
Collared Kingfisher
Rainbow Bee-eater
Noisy Pitta
Albert's Lyrebird
Superb Lyrebird
Rufous Scrub-bird
White-throated Treecreeper
Red-browed Treecreeper
Brown Treecreeper
Variegated Fairy-wren
White-winged Fairy-wren
Red-backed Fairy-wren
Southern Emu-wren
Eastern Bristlebird
Yellow-throated Scrubwren
Large-billed Scrubwren
Chestnut-rumped Heathwren
Speckled Warbler
Brown Gerygone
Mangrove Gerygone
Western Gerygone
White-throated Gerygone
Inland Thornbill
Chestnut-rumped Thornbill
Yellow Thornbill
Striated Thornbill
Southern Whiteface
Red Wattlebird
Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater
Little Friarbird
Regent Honeyeater
Blue-faced Honeyeater
Bell Miner
Yellow-throated Miner
Yellow-faced Honeyeater
Mangrove Honeyeater
White-eared Honeyeater
Yellow-tufted Honeyeater
Fuscous Honeyeater
White-plumed Honeyeater
Black-chinned Honeyeater
Brown-headed Honeyeater
White-throated Honeyeater
Painted Honeyeater
New Holland Honeyeater
Eastern Spinebill
Black Honeyeater
Dusky Honeyeater
Scarlet Honeyeater
Crimson Chat
Jacky Winter
Scarlet Robin
Red-capped Robin
Flame Robin
Rose Robin
Hooded Robin
Pale-yellow Robin
Grey-crowned Babbler
White-browed Babbler
Eastern Whipbird
Spotted Quail-thrush
Varied Sittella
Crested Shrike-tit
Olive Whistler
Rufous Whistler
Grey Shrike-thrush
Black-faced Monarch
White-eared Monarch
Leaden Flycatcher
Satin Flycatcher
Shining Flycatcher
Rufous Fantail
Grey Fantail
Willie Wagtail
Barred Cuckoo-shrike
White-bellied Cuckoo-shrike
Ground Cuckoo-shrike
White-winged Triller
Olive-backed Oriole
White-breasted Woodswallow
Masked Woodswallow
White-browed Woodswallow
Black-faced Woodswallow
Dusky Woodswallow
Little Woodswallow
Pied Currawong
Paradise Riflebird
Australian Raven
White-winged Chough
Regent Bowerbird
Satin Bowerbird
Spotted Bowerbird
Singing Bushlark
Richard's Pipit
House Sparrow
Zebra Finch
Double-barred Finch
Plum-headed Finch
Diamond Firetail
Nutmeg Mannikin
Chestnut-breasted Mannikin
White-backed Swallow
Tree Martin
Fairy Martin
Clamorous Reed-Warbler
Tawny Grassbird
Little Grassbird
Rufous Songlark
Brown Songlark
Bassian Thrush
Russet-tailed Thrush
Common Starling
Common Myna
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