Great crested grebe rhipidura leucophrys willie

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Great Crested Grebe Rhipidura leucophrys Willie Wagtail Tachybaptus novaehollandiae Australasian Grebe Threskiornis molucca Australian White Ibis Threskiornis spinicollis Straw-necked Ibis Todiramphus sanctus Sacred Kingfisher Tribonyx ventralis Black-tailed Native Hen ~ Trichoglossus haematodus Rainbow Lorikeet Tyto javanica Eastern Barn Owl Regular and irregular migratory shorebirds and irregular gulls and terns ~ Actitis hypoleucos Common Sandpiper M ~ Arenaria interpres Ruddy Surnstone M Calidris acuminata Sharp-tailed Sandpiper M Calidris ferruginea Curlew Sandpiper M ~ Calidris ruficollis Red-necked Stint M ~ Charadrius bicinctus Double-banded Plover M Charadrius mongolus Lesser Sand Plover / Mongolian Plover M Larus dominicanus Kelp Gull King Island Biodiversity Management Plan 98
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Scientific Name Common name TSP Act EPBC Act Priori ty Limosa lapponica Bar-tailed Godwit M Numenius madagascariensis Eastern Curlew M ~ Pluvialis fulva Pacific Golden Plover M Sterna paradisaea Arctic Tern Tringa brevipes Grey-tailed Tattler M ~ Tringa nebularia Common Greenshank M Resident and Visitor Marine Birds Daption capense Cape Petrel Diomedea chrysostoma Grey-headed Albatross M Diomedea exulans Wandering Albatross VU & M Eudyptes pachyrhynchus Fiordland Penguin Eudyptes chrysocome Rockhopper Penguin Halobaena caerulea Blue Petrel VU Lugensa brevirostris Kerguelen Petrel Macronectes giganteus Southern Giant-petrel EN & M Morus serrator Australasian Gannet Pachyptila belcheri Slender-billed Prion Pachyptila desolata Antarctic Prion Pachyptila salvini Salvin’s Prion Pachyptila turtur Fairy Prion Pelagodroma marina White-faced Storm- petrel Pelecanoides urinatrix Common Diving-petrel Phoebetria fusca Sooty Albatross VU & M Procellaria cinerea Grey Petrel M Pterodroma lessonii White-headed Petrel Ptreodroma macroptera Great-winged Petrel Puffinus gavia Fluttering Shearwater Thalassarche cauta Shy Albatross Thalassarche chlororhynchos Yellow-nosed Albatross Thalassarche melanophris Black-browed Albatross VU & M Thalassoica antarctica Antarctic (silver-grey) Petrel Resident introduced non-Australian land birds i Alauda arvenis Skylark i Callipepla californica Californian Quail i Carduelis carduelis European Goldfinch i Chloris chloris Common Greenfinch i Meleagris gallopavo Wild Turkey i Passer domesticus House Sparrow i Pavo cristatus Peacock (Indian Peafowl) i Phasianus colchicus Common Pheasant i Streptopelia chinensis Spotted Turtle-dove i Sturnus vulgaris Common Starling King Island Biodiversity Management Plan 99
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Scientific Name Common name TSP Act EPBC Act Priori ty i Turdus merula Common Blackbird Mammals Antechinus minimus Swamp Antechinus C Cercartetus nanus Eastern Pygmy Possum B < Dasyurus maculatus maculatus Spotted-tailed Quoll i Felis catus House Cat Macropus rufogriseus Bennett’s Wallaby < Mirounga leonina Southern Elephant Seal i Mus musculus House Mouse Nyctophilus geoffroyi Lesser Long-eared Bat C Nyctophilus gouldi Gould’s Wattled Bat C Ornithorhynchus anatinus
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