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I was hoping to get some help from your members in confirming the present-day habits of the fulmar, a common sea bird in the northern oceans. Twenty five years ago, they would regularly escort my ship to the oilfields; while watchkeeping they always seemed to be at bridge height, making the same speed no matter the weather. They were often too close, but I never saw one come to grief.

I want to know if they still do this?

Neil McKie

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