Lost seabirds

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Subject: Lost seabirds
From: Mark Sanders <>
Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2012 21:35:46 +0000
Hi all,
Though some of you might be interested to know that a Streaked Shearwater 
turned up at Lawlers Mine, just south west of Leinster in WA.  No doubt blown 
in by the Cat 4 cyclone of Broome.  Not all that unheard of...but ironically a 
Sooty Tern was located at almost the same spot 2 hours later!
(The Tern is not in the best of shape, but the shearwater has been placed on a 
plane for Perth)

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