Sad to hear, and unfortunately not surprising based on her behavior yesterday.
Is there any chance that the body can be collected safely? Going to a museum or
research center would be the best possible end to her story at this point. If
the roping for the colony and the nesting birds are obstacles, perhaps the
local researchers could be alerted so they could gather the remains.
> On Jun 18, 2017, at 5:51 AM, Sean Sime <s...@seansime.com> wrote:
> The Brown Booby has died. Just wanted to get the word out. Any body with a
> collecting permit....
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