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Checklist S46414075

 
Location
North Atlantic Ocean (34.7398,-75.5336), Dare County, North Carolina, US ( Map )
Date and Effort
Fri Jun 08, 2018 8:26 AM
Protocol:
eBird Pelagic Protocol
Party Size:
25
Duration:
5 hour(s), 34 minute(s)
Distance:
31.018 mile(s)
Observers:
Alexander Ellis III List , Amy Worell List , Art Wang List , Brian Sullivan List , David Moulton List , Jessie Barry List , John Fitzpatrick List , Kate Sutherland List , Liam Waters List , Maili Waters List , Skye Haas List , Steve Kelling List , William Cioffi , richard duke liebler List
Submitted from eBird for iOS, version 1.6.36
Species
8 species (+3 other taxa) total
1
Fea's Petrel

Distant views. Small, lightly built Pterodroma with dark underings, white belly, more dynamic arcing flight than Black-capped Petrel. Too far for photos. Seen by only a few people on board.

23
Black-capped Petrel
ML104207111

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
1
Black-capped Petrel (Dark-faced)
ML104206791

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104206801

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104206811

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104206831

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104206841

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104206851

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104206871

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104206881

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104206891

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104207771

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104871421

© Steve Kelling

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
8
Cory's Shearwater
ML104209671

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104209681

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104209701

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
1
Cory's Shearwater (Scopoli's)
ML104903551

© Steve Kelling

Average Quality

Images of the same bird

Age:
Adult
ML104903561

© Steve Kelling

Average Quality

Images of the same bird

Age:
Adult
6
Great Shearwater
ML104209731

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
23
Audubon's Shearwater
ML105175531

© Steve Kelling

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
31
Wilson's Storm-Petrel
ML104209771

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Juvenile
ML104209781

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Juvenile
ML104209791

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Juvenile
ML104209801

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Juvenile
ML105175421

© Steve Kelling

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML105175441

© Steve Kelling

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML105175451

© Steve Kelling

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML105175461

© Steve Kelling

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML105175471

© Steve Kelling

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
2
Leach's Storm-Petrel
ML104209971

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104209991

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104210001

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104210011

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104210021

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104210031

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104211001

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104211011

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104211021

© Brian Sullivan

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML104994931

© Steve Kelling

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
7
Band-rumped Storm-Petrel
ML105118111

© Steve Kelling

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML105118121

© Steve Kelling

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML105118141

© Steve Kelling

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML105118151

© Steve Kelling

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
ML105118161

© Steve Kelling

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
1
tern sp.
Additional species seen by Steve Kelling:
1
Black-capped Petrel (White-faced)
1
Cory's Shearwater (borealis)
7
Band-rumped Storm-Petrel (Grant's)
Additional species seen by Brian Sullivan:
20
Black-capped Petrel (White-faced)
7
Band-rumped Storm-Petrel (Grant's)
 

Are you submitting a complete checklist of the birds you were able to identify?

Yes