Conservationists hail successful year for Mandurah Fairy Terns as breeding season comes to a close

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Updated March 23 2022 - 2:11pm, first published March 21 2022 - 5:59pm
EXPOSED: Fairy terns shallow nests are particularly exposed to predators. Photo: Supplied.
EXPOSED: Fairy terns shallow nests are particularly exposed to predators. Photo: Supplied.

Conservationists are celebrating another successful breeding season for one of WA's most iconic and vulnerable species as efforts continue to protect the Australian Fairy Tern.

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Sophia Holl

Journalist

I love sharing local voices and highlighting issues impacting small business and the environment in the community. Writing has been a passion of mine since a young age and has always been something I wanted to pursue. I am now doing my Master of Communications at ECU to further my knowledge in journalism and the written word. I'm a passionate foodie, avid reader and love to get out into nature.

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