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LONG-TAILED JAEGER (Stercorarius longicauda)
Biodiversity > Birds > Rare visitors and vagrants

Vagrant. Two records. A single adult with full tail streamers was seen by Glenn Holmes at North Bay on 8 April 1975 (G. Holmes in litt.). One bird was seen by a Birds Queensland tour party, near Balls Pyramid, 17–24 March 2002. Noel Linehan saw an unidentified jaeger between the main Island and Balls Pyramid on 8 August 2002 (in litt. to Hutton).

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