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  • What we know about a Cory's Shearwater

    A Hilton Head Island couple found a bird, a Cory's Shearwater to be specific, in Sea Pines on Monday during Tropical Storm Irma that is not normally seen in the states.

A Hilton Head Island couple found a bird, a Cory's Shearwater to be specific, in Sea Pines on Monday during Tropical Storm Irma that is not normally seen in the states. Submitted photos, Edited by Delayna Earley
A Hilton Head Island couple found a bird, a Cory's Shearwater to be specific, in Sea Pines on Monday during Tropical Storm Irma that is not normally seen in the states. Submitted photos, Edited by Delayna Earley

Irma swept this bird half-way across the world. A Hilton Head couple rescued it

September 14, 2017 3:52 PM