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148. Scarlet Robin (female), Margate, Tasmania. March 2017.

 

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149. Galahs, Margate, Tasmania. March 2017.

 

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150. Chestnut Teal, Goulds Lagoon, Tasmania. March 2017.

 

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151. Tasmanian Native Hens, Goulds Lagoon, Tasmania. March 2017.

 

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152. Sacred Kingfisher, Yamba. April 2017.

 

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153. Australasian Darter, Yamba. April 2017.

 

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154. Straw-necked Ibis, Yamba. April 2017.

 

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155. Blue-faced Honeyeater, Yamba. April 2017.

 

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156. Cape Barren Geese, Koonya, Tasmania. June 2017

 

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157. Green Rosella, White Beach, Tasmania, June 2017

 

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158. Eastern Rosellas, Hobart Domain. June 2017.

 

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159. Crested Terns, White Beach, Tasmania. September 2017.

 

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160. Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, New Town Bay, Tasmania. November 2017.

 

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161. Superb Fairy Wren, Cornelian Bay, Tasmania. November 2017.

 

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Dave Williams

Some more great additions. Are you are sure 159 are Caspian Terns though? They look more like Crested Terns to me, maybe Greater Crested. Bills are orange on Caspian. There again, I'm no expert.

cheers Dave

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PeterHG

What a gorgeous collection of birds you have added, @Treepol! Apart from the odd Mallard or Coot, they are completely unfamiliar to me. Beautiful Albatross photos and so many different species as well. Was that on a pelagic trip? I do agree with Dave on the terns in #159, by the way.

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Soukous

great to see so many non- African species @Treepol

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What wonderful additions to your thread. Your trip to New Zealand was very productive. The albertrosses have lovely faces. 

 

I really enjoy seeing the birds from your part of the world!

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Galana

Me too. Great to see unfamiliar birds. Makes a challenge harder but add my name to the dissenters for the 'Caspian' Tern. Just been adding that bird to my list today with its great red candle of a bill.

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Peter Connan

Wow, what a bag of interesting birds!

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lmSA84

@Treepol - thank you for posting these. What a list! I haven’t even heard of a quarter of these

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Thanks everyone for the encouraging comments, see you all in Big Year 2018.

 

162. Tomtit, Franz Josef. December 2017.

 

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