Target list within 250 km radius of Toowoomba (413 spp)

Sightings anywhere within a 250 km radius of Toowoomba, but excluding the local survey area (see above), for the period 1 Sep - 30 Nov 2008.

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Target list within 250 km radius of Toowoomba (413 spp)

Postby Mick Atzeni » Sun Dec 16, 2007 11:55 am

The following 413 species represents the target list for the seasonal tallies. All these species have been recorded within a 250 km radius of Toowoomba, historically.

If there are any errors or omissions please contact me at: matzeni@westnet.com.au<*>

1. Emu

2. Australian Brush-turkey
3. Stubble Quail
4. Brown Quail
5. King Quail

6. Magpie Goose
7. Plumed Whistling-Duck
8. Wandering Whistling-Duck
9. Blue-billed Duck
10. Musk Duck
11. Freckled Duck
12. Black Swan
13. Australian Shelduck
14. Australian Wood Duck
15. Cotton Pygmy-goose
16. Green Pygmy-goose
17. Mallard
18. Pacific Black Duck
19. Australasian Shoveler
20. Grey Teal
21. Chestnut Teal
22. Pink-eared Duck
23. Hardhead

24. Australasian Grebe
25. Hoary-headed Grebe
26. Great Crested Grebe

27. Southern Giant-Petrel
28. Northern Giant-Petrel
29. Cape Petrel
30. Tahiti Petrel
31. Great-winged Petrel
32. Providence Petrel
33. Fairy Prion
34. Streaked Shearwater
35. Wedge-tailed Shearwater
36. Buller's Shearwater
37. Flesh-footed Shearwater
38. Short-tailed Shearwater
39. Fluttering Shearwater
40. Hutton's Shearwater

41. Wandering Albatross
42. Black-browed Albatross
43. Shy Albatross

44. Wilson's Storm-Petrel

45. Red-tailed Tropicbird

46. Australasian Gannet
47. Masked Booby
48. Brown Booby

49. Darter
50. Little Pied Cormorant
51. Pied Cormorant
52. Little Black Cormorant
53. Great Cormorant
54. Australian Pelican

55. Great Frigatebird
56. Lesser Frigatebird

57. White-faced Heron
58. Little Egret
59. Eastern Reef-Egret
60. White-necked Heron
61. Great Egret
62. Intermediate Egret
63. Cattle Egret
64. Striated Heron
65. Nankeen Night-Heron
66. Little Bittern
67. Black Bittern
68. Australasian Bittern
69. Glossy Ibis
70. Australian White Ibis
71. Straw-necked Ibis
72. Royal Spoonbill
73. Yellow-billed Spoonbill
74. Black-necked Stork

75. Osprey
76. Pacific Baza
77. Black-shouldered Kite
78. Letter-winged Kite
79. Square-tailed Kite
80. Black-breasted Buzzard
81. Black Kite
82. Whistling Kite
83. Brahminy Kite
84. White-bellied Sea-Eagle
85. Spotted Harrier
86. Swamp Harrier
87. Brown Goshawk
88. Grey Goshawk
89. Collared Sparrowhawk
90. Red Goshawk
91. Wedge-tailed Eagle

92. Little Eagle
93. Brown Falcon
94. Australian Hobby
95. Grey Falcon
96. Black Falcon
97. Peregrine Falcon
98. Nankeen Kestrel

99. Brolga

100. Buff-banded Rail
101. Lewin's Rail
102. Bush-hen
103. Baillon's Crake
104. Australian Spotted Crake
105. Spotless Crake
106. Purple Swamphen
107. Dusky Moorhen
108. Black-tailed Native-hen
109. Eurasian Coot

110. Australian Bustard

111. Red-backed Button-quail
112. Little Button-quail
113. Red-chested Button-quail
114. Painted Button-quail
115. Black-breasted Button-quail

116. Latham's Snipe
117. Black-tailed Godwit
118. Bar-tailed Godwit
119. Little Curlew
120. Whimbrel
121. Eastern Curlew
122. Common Redshank
123. Marsh Sandpiper
124. Common Greenshank
125. Wood Sandpiper
126. Terek Sandpiper
127. Common Sandpiper
128. Grey-tailed Tattler
129. Wandering Tattler
130. Ruddy Turnstone
131. Asian Dowitcher
132. Great Knot
133. Red Knot
134. Sanderling
135. Red-necked Stint
136. Pectoral Sandpiper
137. Sharp-tailed Sandpiper
138. Curlew Sandpiper
139. Broad-billed Sandpiper
140. Red-necked Phalarope
141. Painted Snipe
142. Comb-crested Jacana
143. Bush Stone-curlew
144. Beach Stone-curlew
145. Pied Oystercatcher
146. Sooty Oystercatcher
147. Black-winged Stilt
148. Red-necked Avocet
149. Pacific Golden Plover
150. Grey Plover
151. Red-capped Plover
152. Double-banded Plover
153. Lesser Sand Plover
154. Greater Sand Plover
155. Oriental Plover
156. Black-fronted Dotterel
157. Red-kneed Dotterel
158. Banded Lapwing
159. Masked Lapwing

160. Oriental Pratincole
161. Australian Pratincole

162. Great Skua
163. Pomarine Jaeger
164. Arctic Jaeger
165. Long-tailed Jaeger

166. Kelp Gull
167. Silver Gull
168. Gull-billed Tern
169. Caspian Tern
170. Lesser Crested Tern
171. Crested Tern
172. Roseate Tern
173. White-fronted Tern
174. Black-naped Tern
175. Common Tern
176. Little Tern
177. Bridled Tern
178. Sooty Tern
179. Whiskered Tern
180. White-winged Black Tern
181. Common Noddy
182. Black Noddy
183. Grey Ternlet

184. Rock Dove
185. White-headed Pigeon
186. Spotted Turtle-Dove
187. Brown Cuckoo-Dove
188. Emerald Dove
189. Common Bronzewing
190. Brush Bronzewing
191. Crested Pigeon
192. Squatter Pigeon
193. Diamond Dove
194. Peaceful Dove
195. Bar-shouldered Dove
196. Wonga Pigeon
197. Wompoo Fruit-Dove
198. Superb Fruit-Dove
199. Rose-crowned Fruit-Dove
200. Topknot Pigeon

201. Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo
202. Glossy Black-Cockatoo
203. Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoo
204. Galah
205. Long-billed Corella
206. Little Corella
207. Sulphur-crested Cockatoo
208. Cockatiel

209. Rainbow Lorikeet
210. Scaly-breasted Lorikeet
211. Musk Lorikeet
212. Little Lorikeet

213. Double-eyed Fig-Parrot
214. Australian King-Parrot
215. Red-winged Parrot
216. Crimson Rosella
217. Eastern Rosella
218. Pale-headed Rosella
219. Australian Ringneck
220. Blue Bonnet
221. Swift Parrot
222. Red-rumped Parrot
223. Budgerigar
224. Turquoise Parrot
225. Ground Parrot

226. Oriental Cuckoo
227. Pallid Cuckoo
228. Brush Cuckoo
229. Fan-tailed Cuckoo
230. Black-eared Cuckoo
231. Horsfield's Bronze-Cuckoo
232. Shining Bronze-Cuckoo
233. Little Bronze-Cuckoo
234. Common Koel
235. Channel-billed Cuckoo
236. Pheasant Coucal

237. Powerful Owl
238. Barking Owl
239. Southern Boobook
240. Sooty Owl
241. Masked Owl
242. Barn Owl
243. Grass Owl

244. Tawny Frogmouth
245. Marbled Frogmouth
246. White-throated Nightjar
247. Spotted Nightjar
248. Australian Owlet-nightjar

249. White-rumped Swiftlet
250. White-throated Needletail
251. Fork-tailed Swift

252. Azure Kingfisher
253. Laughing Kookaburra
254. Blue-winged Kookaburra
255. Forest Kingfisher
256. Red-backed Kingfisher
257. Sacred Kingfisher
258. Collared Kingfisher

259. Rainbow Bee-eater
260. Dollarbird

261. Noisy Pitta

262. Albert's Lyrebird
263. Superb Lyrebird
264. Rufous Scrub-bird

265. White-throated Treecreeper
266. Red-browed Treecreeper
267. Brown Treecreeper

268. Superb Fairy-wren
269. Variegated Fairy-wren
270. White-winged Fairy-wren
271. Red-backed Fairy-wren

272. Southern Emu-wren

273. Spotted Pardalote
274. Striated Pardalote

275. Eastern Bristlebird

276. Yellow-throated Scrubwren
277. White-browed Scrubwren
278. Large-billed Scrubwren
279. Chestnut-rumped Heathwren
280. Speckled Warbler
281. Weebill
282. Brown Gerygone
283. Mangrove Gerygone
284. Western Gerygone
285. White-throated Gerygone
286. Brown Thornbill
287. Inland Thornbill
288. Chestnut-rumped Thornbill
289. Buff-rumped Thornbill
290. Yellow-rumped Thornbill
291. Yellow Thornbill
292. Striated Thornbill

293. Southern Whiteface

294. Red Wattlebird
295. Little Wattlebird
296. Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater
297. Striped Honeyeater
298. Noisy Friarbird
299. Little Friarbird
300. Regent Honeyeater
301. Blue-faced Honeyeater
302. Bell Miner
303. Noisy Miner
304. Yellow-throated Miner
305. Lewin's Honeyeater
306. Yellow-faced Honeyeater
307. Singing Honeyeater
308. Mangrove Honeyeater
309. White-eared Honeyeater
310. Yellow-tufted Honeyeater
311. Fuscous Honeyeater
312. White-plumed Honeyeater
313. Black-chinned Honeyeater
314. Brown-headed Honeyeater
315. White-throated Honeyeater
316. White-naped Honeyeater
317. Brown Honeyeater
318. Painted Honeyeater
319. New Holland Honeyeater
320. White-cheeked Honeyeater
321. Eastern Spinebill
322. Black Honeyeater
323. Pied Honeyeater
324. Dusky Honeyeater
325. Scarlet Honeyeater

326. Crimson Chat

327. Jacky Winter
328. Scarlet Robin
329. Red-capped Robin
330. Flame Robin
331. Rose Robin
332. Hooded Robin
333. Pale-yellow Robin
334. Eastern Yellow Robin

335. Logrunner

336. Grey-crowned Babbler
337. White-browed Babbler

338. Eastern Whipbird
339. Spotted Quail-thrush

340. Varied Sittella

341. Crested Shrike-tit
342. Olive Whistler
343. Golden Whistler
344. Rufous Whistler
345. Little Shrike-thrush
346. Grey Shrike-thrush

347. Black-faced Monarch
348. Spectacled Monarch
349. White-eared Monarch
350. Leaden Flycatcher
351. Satin Flycatcher
352. Shining Flycatcher
353. Restless Flycatcher
354. Magpie-lark
355. Rufous Fantail
356. Grey Fantail
357. Willie Wagtail
358. Spangled Drongo

359. Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike
360. Barred Cuckoo-shrike
361. White-bellied Cuckoo-shrike
362. Cicadabird
363. Ground Cuckoo-shrike
364. White-winged Triller
365. Varied Triller

366. Olive-backed Oriole
367. Figbird

368. White-breasted Woodswallow
369. Masked Woodswallow
370. White-browed Woodswallow
371. Black-faced Woodswallow
372. Dusky Woodswallow
373. Little Woodswallow

374. Grey Butcherbird
375. Pied Butcherbird
376. Australian Magpie
377. Pied Currawong

378. Paradise Riflebird

379. Australian Raven
380. Torresian Crow

381. White-winged Chough
382. Apostlebird

383. Green Catbird
384. Regent Bowerbird
385. Satin Bowerbird
386. Spotted Bowerbird

387. Singing Bushlark
388. Richard's Pipit

389. House Sparrow
390. Zebra Finch
391. Double-barred Finch
392. Plum-headed Finch
393. Red-browed Finch
394. Diamond Firetail
395. Nutmeg Mannikin
396. Chestnut-breasted Mannikin

397. Mistletoebird

398. White-backed Swallow
399. Welcome Swallow
400. Tree Martin
401. Fairy Martin

402. Clamorous Reed-Warbler
403. Tawny Grassbird
404. Little Grassbird
405. Rufous Songlark
406. Brown Songlark
407. Golden-headed Cisticola

408. Silvereye

409. Bassian Thrush
410. Russet-tailed Thrush

411. Common Starling
412. Common Blackbird
413. Common Myna
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Three additions to target list

Postby Mick Atzeni » Mon Nov 10, 2008 11:10 pm

From: Rod Hobson [mailto:Rod.Hobson@epa.qld.gov.au]
Sent: Friday, 7 November 2008 12:04 PM
To: Atzeni, Michael
Subject: ANother for the 250 km. list

Mick,

Add Pacific Gull to the 250km radius list, thanks.

Regards,

Rod H.

From: Rod Hobson [mailto:Rod.Hobson@epa.qld.gov.au]
Sent: Friday, 31 October 2008 7:15 AM

Mick,



Add Slender-billed Prion and broad-billed Prion to the list ...Backed by specimens in Q.M. reference collection.


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Additions for 250 kilometre target list.

Postby Mick Atzeni » Mon Nov 10, 2008 11:24 pm

From: Rod Hobson <Rod.Hobson@epa.qld.gov.au>
Subject: RE: Additional records for 250 kilometre list.
Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2008 12:26:56 +1000

Mick,

Add White Tern.



Regards,

Rod H.



From: Rod Hobson [mailto:Rod.Hobson@epa.qld.gov.au]
Sent: Thursday, 30 October 2008 12:04 PM
Subject: Additional records for 250 kilometre list.

Mick,

The following have been confirmed (mostly QM specimen records) from the area discussed. Some are of single specimens only. You’ll need to put them in taxonomic order (and check recent nomenclature). I think that Black and Westland Petrels have been seen as well but I’ll need to chase that up. I did see them both on Fraser Island plus all of the below except for Mottled Petrel, Common Diving-Petrel, Buller’s Albatross and Red-footed Booby. So they’re all around SEQ waters for sure; just a bit scarce.

Regards,

Rod H.

Little Penguin

Common Diving-Petrel

Kerguelen Petrel

White-headed Petrel

Kermadec Petrel

Herald Petrel

Mottled Petrel

White-necked Petrel

Black-winged Petrel

Gould’s Petrel

Blue Petrel

Salvin’s Prion

Antarctic Prion

White-chinned Petrel

Sooty Shearwater

Little Shearwater

Yellow-nosed Albatross

Grey-headed Albatross

Buller’s Albatross

Sooty Albatross

Light-mantled Sooty Albatross

White-faced Storm-Petrel

Black-bellied Storm-Petrel

Southern Fulmar

White-tailed Tropicbird

Red-footed Booby

Masked Booby

Ringed Plover


Thanks for all these, Rod!
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A few other species for list

Postby Rod Hobson » Wed Nov 12, 2008 7:55 am

Mick,

Also include Black Petrel and Black-bellied Storm Petrel on list as both have been recorded off Southport on SOSSA trips.

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