To: Birding aus <>
Subject: Shearwaters
From: Chris Melrose <>
Date: Sat, 2 Nov 2013 08:55:32 +1100
Hi All
Having seen Shearwaters fighting Albatrosses for berley a couple of weeks ago 
was surprising. More and more reports are coming in about starving birds. To 
me, this indicates an inability of the birds to either get a decent feed before 
they left the Bering Sea region or that they have had to fight adverse wind 
conditions to get home. Does anyone have any connections with others who could 
give us some answers?

Christine Melrose


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