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    World Yearlist Record Attempt

    Been absolutely fascinating to read, and I only cottoned onto it in September! I think this will kick off a range of competitors in global big years, not just next years attempt, but over the next decade - how will Noah's record stand up? The likelihood is that it will be soon be broken as...
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    World Yearlist Record Attempt

    I think he would pretty comfortably crack the 6000 spending the remainder of his time in south-west WA and Darwin - great birds in both areas and many endemics or semi-endemics. It is wet season on Darwin, not sure what the weather has done this year, could be why he has bypassed it so far. I...
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    World Yearlist Record Attempt

    The Brisbane and Melbourne itinerary is a much better one than Sydney, though I did note that by visiting Melbourne he has picked up a few species from the south-west so by the time he gets to Perth there will be little else but the endemics to get, meaning he really won't to spend too much time...
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    Red-tailed Tropicbirds on Norfolk Island

    It was a case of right place, right time for once with my camera last week when I caught up with plenty of Red-tailed Tropicbirds at Rocky Point, Norfolk Island. Rocky Point is the roughly the south-western corner of Norfolk Island and it is accessed by a lovely walk through the 100 Acres...
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    Birding Trip to Phillip Island, Norfolk Island National Park

    My apologies for the delay in posting this, this trip was actually on 12-13 November 2014. Given that I have only just joined Bird Forum and that this is a very interesting site, I thought it would be worth posting now. I've posted a range of photos from the trip on my blog at...
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    Hi from Norfolk Island

    After many years as a keen birder in Australia, mostly up and down the east coast, my family and I have recently relocated to Norfolk Island, in the middle of nowhere about 1400km E of Australia. Great seabirds this time of year and a few interesting endemics. I've started a blog on the natural...