Exmouth Gulf is home to the world’s largest migratory shorebird, the Eastern Curlew. But in the past 30 years the global population of Eastern Curlews has crashed by 80%, mostly due to habitat loss as tidal flats, mangroves and shorelines are chewed up by industrial development. One more reason to fight for Ningaloo’s nursery. See Harry Saddler’s opinion piece in The Guardian.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/jan/08/eastern-curlews-are-a-miracle-of-nature-and-they-are-disappearing-fast?fbclid=IwAR3nA3EHgFEewfDZ5hwfpg0hQH6JRqnKrHSbjWBBAjJ-zADnyBEMYQ3q_Hs