Endangered seabirds nest successfully on Deeban Spit with help of volunteers

By Murray Trembath
Updated March 19 2019 - 1:14pm, first published 7:39am

A pair of endangered migratory pied oystercatcher seabirds have successfully nested on Deeban Spit - the first time this has happened on a public beach in Sydney for about a quarter of a century.

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