|Subject:||Seabirds blown ashore at Newcastle NSW|
|From:||"inger vandyke" <>|
|Date:||Sat, 23 Jun 2007 10:19:06 +0000|
Hi Alan et al,
I believe there was a Northern Giant Petrel found in the Newcastle Knights stadium, a Black-browed Albatross somewhere about 10km inland and an Australasian Gannet in town.
A Prion also ended up in Sydney but it later died.
I don't know who coordinated the rescue of these birds locally. I do know they somehow made it to Taronga.
The fate of all of them except the Giant Petrel (which I think was released yesterday) is not known.
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