Eaglehawk Pelagic

Description: Pelagic seabirding trips run out of Pirates Bay.
Updated: 4/29/2013
Region: Australia: Tasmania
Location: 43°05'08"S 148°08'25"E
Season: January to December
Period: 11/18/1993 to 11/22/2013
Lists: 86
Species: 85
Best Day List: 35 species, Tim Bawden 9/15/2013.

Common Names

The reporting rate (proportion of lists which record each species) is shown as a percentage. The reporting rate for a single observation is 1%.
Ducks, Geese, and Waterfowl
Black Swan1%Pacific Black Duck8%
Grebes
Hoary-headed Grebe2%
Penguins
Little Penguin20%
Albatrosses
Yellow-nosed Albatross57%Salvin's Albatross22%Light-mantled Sooty Albatross7%
Grey-headed Albatross9%Chatham Albatross5%Royal Albatross55%
Buller's Albatross60%Black-browed Albatross72%Wandering Albatross76%
White-capped Albatross77%Sooty Albatross8%
Shearwaters and Petrels
Southern Giant-Petrel43%Cook's Petrel7%Westland Petrel5%
Northern Giant-Petrel60%Gould's Petrel8%Flesh-footed Shearwater1%
Southern Fulmar3%Blue Petrel5%Great Shearwater6%
Cape Petrel47%Fairy Prion65%Buller's Shearwater19%
Great-winged Petrel59%Broad-billed Prion2%Sooty Shearwater64%
Providence Petrel17%Salvin's Prion6%Short-tailed Shearwater62%
Soft-plumaged Petrel31%Antarctic Prion3%Hutton's Shearwater21%
White-headed Petrel41%Slender-billed Prion6%Fluttering Shearwater28%
Mottled Petrel12%Grey Petrel10%Little Shearwater1%
White-necked Petrel2%White-chinned Petrel49%
Storm-Petrels
Wilson's Storm-Petrel38%White-faced Storm-Petrel44%Black-bellied Storm-Petrel6%
Grey-backed Storm-Petrel64%European Storm-Petrel1%
Diving-Petrels
Common Diving-Petrel64%
Boobies and Gannets
Brown Booby1%Australasian Gannet76%
Cormorants and Shags
Great Cormorant12%Black-faced Cormorant71%Little Pied Cormorant5%
Pelicans
Australian Pelican1%
Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns
Great Egret1%White-faced Heron26%
Hawks, Eagles, and Kites
Swamp Harrier2%Collared Sparrowhawk1%White-bellied Sea-Eagle28%
Oystercatchers
Australian Pied Oystercatcher10%Sooty Oystercatcher17%
Plovers and Lapwings
Masked Lapwing2%Red-capped Plover1%
Sandpipers and Allies
Red-necked Stint5%
Skuas and Jaegers
South Polar Skua1%Arctic Jaeger3%
Brown Skua16%Long-tailed Jaeger8%
Gulls, Terns, and Skimmers
Silver Gull74%Caspian Tern1%Crested Tern66%
Pacific Gull66%White-fronted Tern19%
Kelp Gull71%Arctic Tern3%
Falcons and Caracaras
Peregrine Falcon16%
Parrots
Green Rosella1%
Crows, Jays, and Magpies
Forest Raven15%
Larks
Eurasian Skylark2%
Swallows
Welcome Swallow12%Tree Martin3%
Siskins, Crossbills, and Allies
European Goldfinch1%
Waxbills and Allies
Beautiful Firetail2%
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