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Scientists Hope that Real-time Tracking Project Will Help Imperiled Seabird

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PFSH_Peter-HodumTN.jpgAn international team of scientists from Chile, the United States, and Canada are mapping and timing the travels and activities of the imperiled Pink-footed Shearwater to better understand the habits and habitats of this species during their transequatorial migrations. This research will help shape conservation actions to help this species rebound from population declines resulting from a suite of impacts, both on the breeding colonies and at sea.


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