UK urged to help OT wildlife

| 15/12/2008

(Surfbirds News): The Tristan albatross, one of the world’s most threatened birds, has suffered its worst nesting season ever, according to RSPB research. The number of chicks making it through to fledging has decreased rapidly and it is now five times lower than it should be because introduced predatory mice are eating the chicks alive on Gough island – the bird’s only home and a South Atlantic territory of the United Kingdom. Go to article


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