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sea bird

a bird such as a gull, that lives on the sea
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After four years, Lundy was declared rat-free and the seabird populations have risen steadily.
Visitors to the Scottish Seabird Centre's 5-star Discovery Centre can control the interactive island cameras to zoom in on the live puffin action.
"These measures should be part of a wider plan to protect seabirds and as such we are calling on Welsh Government to develop a Seabird Conservation Strategy," she added.
Of course anyone who has recently visited the Quayside will be aware of the muck the resident seabird population make.
ecosystem that depends on the seabird droppings, which fertilise the
As UK administrations consider post-Brexit fishing policies and the creation of protected sites to safeguard seabird feeding grounds, the analysis provides critical data to inform marine management, the experts said.
This latest renewal is an important validation of the outstanding working relationship we have enjoyed with SeaBird over the last 15 years, said Gilles Gillesen, EMC's senior vice president for commercial shipping.
7 September 2016 - Cyprus-based oil and gas industry sesmic data provider SeaBird Exploration Plc (NO: SBX) has entered into a contract for the purchase of the vessel Hawk Explorer and its seismic equipment, the company said.
The African-Eurasian Waterbird Agreement (AEWA) met in Bonn, Germany, November 9 through 13 to discuss conservation of seabirds. In addition to aiming for an agreement from AEWA member countries on changing fishery management to benefit migratory seabirds, researchers and conservationists also worked together on managing other seabird threats.
"Finding such widespread estimates of plastic in seabirds is borne out by some of the fieldwork we've carried out where I've found nearly 200 pieces of plastic in a single seabird," added co-author Denise Hardesty, another researcher at CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere.
ISLAMABAD -- Seabird populations are on a steady and dramatic decline as 70% of seabirds have vanished since the 1950s that represents a staggering 230 million birds, according to a new study.