Mascarene Petrel in Australian waters

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Subject: Mascarene Petrel in Australian waters
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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2021 09:33:59 +1000
Just found this tucked away in the section about new books on Birdforum, from Harrison’s new Seabirds Guide (Lynx), quite amazing news: From satellite tracking data of 14 individuals of the critically endangered seabird from Reunion, it was found to be dispersing in the Arabian Sea to NW Australia (Saunier et al 2021) and the LIFE+ petrels project.
Another reason to do a pelagic off NW Oz…...

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