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Marbled murrelet sightings from Gabriola becoming more regular - Gabriola Sounder

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Rachelle Stein-Wotten Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Gabriola Sounder A kilometre off Gabriola Island’s shore are what look like a couple clothing irons bobbing up and down with the waves – or at least that’s what they remind Vicky Scott of. They’re marbled murrelets, a threatened seabird on Canada’s Pacific coast, and Scott, a birder, has been seeing pairs fishing off Orlebar Point and flying over the island for the past seven years, but…

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