Sydney Pelagic Stats for December

Definite

Pomarine Skua100%
Flesh-footed Shearwater100%
Grey-faced Petrel90%
Short-tailed Shearwater90%
Sooty Shearwater90%
Wedge-tailed Shearwater90%
Silver Gull90%
Parasitic Jaeger80%
Greater Crested Tern80%

Probable

White-faced Storm Petrel70%
Wandering Albatross70%
Wilsons Storm Petrel70%
Black-browed Albatross60%
Huttons Shearwater60%
Long-tailed Jaeger60%
Common Tern60%
Little Penguin50%
Providence Petrel50%
Fluttering Shearwater50%
Australasian Gannet50%
Sooty Tern50%
Shy Albatross40%
Goulds Petrel40%

Possible

Bullers Shearwater30%
White-chinned Petrel20%
Black Petrel20%
Black-winged Petrel20%
Antipodean Albatross10%
Brown Skua10%
White-tailed Tropicbird10%
Brown Booby10%
Black-bellied Storm Petrel10%
Soft-plumaged Petrel10%
Tahiti Petrel10%
Campbell Albatross10%
Great-winged Petrel10%
Cooks Petrel10%
White-capped Albatross10%
Indian Yellow-nosed Albatross10%
Black Noddy10%

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.