Unreported species this summer (146)

Same rules as for past seasons i.e. sightings anywhere within a 250 km radius of Toowoomba, but excluding the local survey area (see above), for the period 1 Dec - 29 Feb 2008.

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Unreported species this summer (146)

Post by Mick Atzeni » Sat Mar 08, 2008 12:10 pm

Not reported as at 12/3/08 for summer (1 Dec 07 – 29 Feb 07) within 250 km of Toowoomba, excluding the TBO survey area.

If you've seen any of these, please report them directly to the forum or email details to tboforum@westnet.com.au

1. Emu

2. Stubble Quail

3. Blue-billed Duck
4. Freckled Duck
5. Australian Shelduck
6. Green Pygmy-goose
7. Mallard


8. Southern Giant-Petrel
9. Northern Giant-Petrel
10. Cape Petrel
11. Tahiti Petrel
12. Great-winged Petrel
13. Providence Petrel
14. Fairy Prion
15. Streaked Shearwater
16. Buller's Shearwater
17. Flesh-footed Shearwater
18. Short-tailed Shearwater
19. Fluttering Shearwater
20. Hutton's Shearwater

21. Wandering Albatross
22. Black-browed Albatross
23. Shy Albatross

24. Wilson's Storm-Petrel

25. Red-tailed Tropicbird

26. Australasian Gannet
27. Masked Booby
28. Brown Booby

29. Great Frigatebird
30. Lesser Frigatebird

31. Black Bittern
32. Australasian Bittern

33. Letter-winged Kite
34. Square-tailed Kite
35. Black-breasted Buzzard
36. Red Goshawk

37. Little Eagle
38. Grey Falcon

39. Lewin's Rail
40. Bush-hen
41. Baillon's Crake
42. Australian Spotted Crake
43. Spotless Crake
44. Black-tailed Native-hen

45. Australian Bustard

46. Red-backed Button-quail
47. Little Button-quail
48. Red-chested Button-quail
49. Painted Button-quail
50. Black-breasted Button-quail

51. Little Curlew
52. Common Redshank
53. Common Sandpiper
54. Asian Dowitcher
55. Sanderling
56. Pectoral Sandpiper
57. Broad-billed Sandpiper
58. Red-necked Phalarope
59. Painted Snipe
60. Beach Stone-curlew
61. Grey Plover
62. Double-banded Plover
63. Greater Sand Plover
64. Oriental Plover
65. Oriental Pratincole
66. Australian Pratincole

67. Great Skua
68. Pomarine Jaeger
69. Arctic Jaeger
70. Long-tailed Jaeger

71. Kelp Gull
72. Lesser Crested Tern
73. Roseate Tern
74. White-fronted Tern
75. Black-naped Tern
76. Bridled Tern
77. Sooty Tern
78. White-winged Black Tern
79. Common Noddy
80. Black Noddy
81. Grey Ternlet

82. Emerald Dove
83. Brush Bronzewing
84. Squatter Pigeon
85. Diamond Dove
86. Superb Fruit-Dove


87. Double-eyed Fig-Parrot
88. Australian Ringneck
89. Swift Parrot
90. Budgerigar
91. Turquoise Parrot
92. Ground Parrot

93. Black-eared Cuckoo

94. Powerful Owl
95. Barking Owl
96. Sooty Owl
97. Masked Owl
98. Barn Owl
99. Grass Owl

100. Marbled Frogmouth
101. White-throated Nightjar
102. Spotted Nightjar

103. Fork-tailed Swift

104. Red-backed Kingfisher

105. Albert's Lyrebird
106. Superb Lyrebird
107. Rufous Scrub-bird

108. Red-browed Treecreeper
109. Brown Treecreeper

110. White-winged Fairy-wren

111. Southern Emu-wren

112. Eastern Bristlebird

113. Chestnut-rumped Heathwren
114. Western Gerygone
115. Inland Thornbill
116. Chestnut-rumped Thornbill
117. Buff-rumped Thornbill

118. Southern Whiteface

119. Regent Honeyeater
120. Singing Honeyeater
121. White-plumed Honeyeater
122. Painted Honeyeater
123. New Holland Honeyeater
124. Black Honeyeater
125. Pied Honeyeater
126. Dusky Honeyeater

127. Crimson Chat

128. Scarlet Robin
129. Red-capped Robin
130. Flame Robin
131. Rose Robin
132. Hooded Robin

133. Logrunner

134. White-browed Babbler

135. Spotted Quail-thrush

136. Olive Whistler

137. White-eared Monarch
138. Satin Flycatcher
139. Shining Flycatcher


140. Masked Woodswallow
141. Black-faced Woodswallow
142. Little Woodswallow

143. Spotted Bowerbird

144. Diamond Firetail

145. Little Grassbird

146. Bassian Thrush
Michael Atzeni
7 Woden St, Murphys Creek 4352
Mob: 0499 395 485

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