Perth Pelagic Boat Trips

I organise pelagic boat trips from the Hillarys Boat Harbour to look for seabirds between late June and early September. The next trip is on Sunday 12th September.  There is a maximum of 27 people on each trip.  The cost depends on how many people actually go, and is subject to change if costs increase.  The expected cost is $100. Email Alan Collins at alaninoz@iinet.net.au to reserve a place.

Alan Collins also organises pelagic trips from Albany.  The next trips are tentatively planned for a weekend in May 2011.  There is a maximum of 18 people on each trip.  The cost depends on how many people actually go, and is subject to change if costs increase. The cost is expected to be $150. Email Alan Collins at alaninoz@iinet.net.au to reserve a place.

Yellow-nosed Albatross (race chlororhynchos) (July 1997) Brown Skua (June 1997)

 

Perth Pelagic Trip Reports
18th August 1996 17th November 1996 6th April 1997 27th June 1997
20th July 1997 14th September 1997 28th June 1998 9th August 1998
20th September 1998 23rd May 1999 11th July 1999 5th September 1999
14th May 2000 18th June 2000  17th June 2001  5th August 2001
30th June 2002 11th August 2002  6th September 2003 8th August 2004
26th June 2005 31st July 2005 25th June 2006 27th August 2006
15th July 2007 4th August 2007 3rd August 2008 2nd August 2009
6th September 2009 8th August 2010 12 September 2010  

Albany Pelagic Trip Reports
2nd November 2003 1st May 2004 1st November 2005 4th March 2007
20th July 2008 3rd October 2009 4th October 2009 31st July 2010
1st August 2010      

Western Australian Seabird Sites

Abrolhos Islands Adele Island Albany Augusta
Dunsborough Esperance Fremantle Harbour Lacepede Islands
Cape Leeuwin Mandurah Cape Naturaliste Point Peron
Rottnest Island Sugarloaf Rock    

This linked Excel spreadsheet has a summary of the sightings for the pelagic trips.

See Tony Palliser's Pelagic Home Page for more details of seabirds in Australia.

You can also email the Southern Oceans Seabird Study Association (SOSSA) or check their web site at http://www.sossa-international.org.

The Ocean Wanderers web site is excellent for people interested in pelagic birds.

Copyright Frank O'Connor 1997-2010 Visits Last Modified 16th August 2010