Sydney Pelagic Stats for April

Definite

Australasian Gannet100%
Greater Crested Tern100%
Wedge-tailed Shearwater100%
Flesh-footed Shearwater100%
Providence Petrel100%
Wilsons Storm Petrel100%
Silver Gull100%
Grey-faced Petrel90%
Short-tailed Shearwater80%

Probable

Huttons Shearwater60%
Black-browed Albatross60%
Pomarine Skua40%
Indian Yellow-nosed Albatross40%
Little Penguin40%
Fluttering Shearwater40%

Possible

Kermadec Petrel30%
Brown Skua30%
Sooty Shearwater20%
South Polar Skua20%
White-faced Storm Petrel20%
White-tailed Tropicbird20%
Bullers Albatross20%
Wandering Albatross20%
Campbell Albatross20%
Antipodean Albatross20%
Shy Albatross20%
Long-tailed Jaeger10%
Grey Noddy10%
White Tern10%
Kelp Gull10%
Parasitic Jaeger10%
Common Tern10%
Arctic Tern10%
Fairy Prion10%
Soft-plumaged Petrel10%
Black Petrel10%
Westland Petrel10%
White-chinned Petrel10%
Great Shearwater10%
White-necked Petrel10%
Fluttering type shearwater10%

Small chance

There's always a chance of something!

Not all records on this page have been authenticated
therefore they should not be used in publication without further research.
Data is modeled using historical sightings aboard Sydney pelagic
trips dating from 1997 to the most recent trip.