16 July Report


Up to 15 knot winds at times, mostly between 5-10 knots. 1-2m waves. Surface temperatures: 20C inshore; 21C past the shelf drop-off.


(Note that the numbers in parentheses represent the approximate maximum number of that species in view at one time)

Wilson's Storm Petrel1
Indian Yellow-nosed Albatross4
Buller's Albatross4
Shy Albatross4
Black-browed Albatross5
Campbell Albatross2
Wandering Albatross1
Northern Giant Petrel1
Southern Giant Petrel1
Providence Petrel10
Fluttering Shearwater500
Hutton's Shearwater2
Fairy Prion12
Australasian Gannet45
Brown Skua3
Silver Gull20
Greater Crested Tern20


The next Sydney pelagic trip is scheduled for Saturday 13th August 2022 departing from Mosman at 6.45am and Rose Bay at 7.00am.
All information on our trips including dates and contact details can be found on the website at sydneypelagics.info
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(Photographs Jeremy Edwards, Mike Kilburn and Rob Hynson).

Jeremy Edwards

Mike Kilburn

Rob Hynson

Rob Hynson