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The path eventually swings towards the sea.  The sign says that this black bird I saw last time is the Sooty Oystercatcher which is listed as vulnerable in NSW but seems to be doing fine in the other states.

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  1. I wonder why it's vulnerable in NSW but not in other states.

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    1. That is an interesting question and now I have done a little more research I find the websites disagree with some saying it is rare and threatened in the other states. The reas

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