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Where this bird is going is a lot further than a hop, skip and...

Where this bird is going is a lot further than a hop, skip and a jump away! Sooty shearwaters are currently refueling in Monterey Bay before continuing on to the Southern Hemisphere to breed. Sooty shearwaters have the longest migration of any vertebrate on the planet, traveling 40,000 miles round trip every year! You may catch huge flocks of these birds gliding in at sunset, or see a larg
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