Shearwaters in Hobart - species?

To: <>, "Koren Mitchell" <>
Subject: Shearwaters in Hobart - species?
From: "EDWIN VELLA" <>
Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2000 20:47:21 +1100
Hi Koren

I think they were most likely Short-tailed Shearwaters - the most common
Shearwater in Tassie. I saw plenty of those when I was down there and at
their breeding grounds in Bruny Island. Sooty Shearwaters are less common as
I am aware in Australian waters but are more common in NZ.


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