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South Coast island study reveals our most common seabird is anything but ordinary

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Updated October 16 2022 - 9:29pm, first published October 14 2022 - 4:30pm
Researchers have been coming to Barunguba (Montague Island) since the 1960s to study its seabirds, making it one of the world's longest continuous seabird studies. Photo by Mike Crowley
Researchers have been coming to Barunguba (Montague Island) since the 1960s to study its seabirds, making it one of the world's longest continuous seabird studies. Photo by Mike Crowley

Shearwaters have one of the most incredible migratory lifecycles of all our seabirds - and the Far South Coast is a prime location to see it in action.

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Marion Williams

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Moved to this beautiful part of the world in December 2019. Too many years as a writer, researcher and journalist to count. Now covering the southern end of Eurobodalla, Bodalla to Tilba, plus Bermagui. Contact me at marion.williams@austcommunitymedia.com.au if you have a story you think our readers would like.

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