Sydney Pelagic Stats for September

Definite

Australasian Gannet100%
Black-browed Albatross100%
Greater Crested Tern100%
Silver Gull100%
Wedge-tailed Shearwater100%
Providence Petrel95%
Fluttering Shearwater90%
Huttons Shearwater90%
Indian Yellow-nosed Albatross85%
Wandering Albatross85%

Probable

Grey-faced Petrel70%
Cape Petrel65%
Shy Albatross65%
Brown Skua50%
Fairy Prion50%
Short-tailed Shearwater45%

Possible

Northern Giant Petrel40%
Campbell Albatross40%
White-faced Storm Petrel35%
Flesh-footed Shearwater35%
Fluttering type shearwater35%
White-headed Petrel30%
Wilsons Storm Petrel30%
Southern Giant Petrel30%
Antipodean Albatross30%
Bullers Albatross20%
Little Penguin15%
Great-winged Petrel15%

Small chance

Antarctic Prion10%
White-capped Albatross10%
Kermadec Petrel10%
White-fronted Tern10%
Sooty Shearwater10%
Bullers Shearwater5%
Common Tern5%
Kelp Gull5%
Long-tailed Jaeger5%
Parasitic Jaeger5%
Black-bellied Storm Petrel5%
Cooks Petrel5%
Salvins Albatross5%
Grey-headed Albatross5%
Tahiti Petrel5%
White-bellied Storm Petrel5%

Vagrants

Light-mantled Albatross2.5%
Herald Petrel2.5%
Kerguelen Petrel 2.5%

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.