Exceptional passage of Cory's Shearwaters off Co. Cork.--During the late afternoon of 10th August 1962 a routine sea-watch from a hundred feet above sea level at Pointanbullig, one of the southern points of Cape Clear Island, Co. Cork, revealed an unusual passage of shearwaters and petrels, including large numbers of Cory's Shearwaters (Procellaria diomedea). Daily sea-watches are a regular feature ...

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