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The Eurobodalla Natural History Society publishes an annual report, Nature in Eurobodalla, that summarises the observations and records of its members.  It was first published in 1986.  Today it reports on Birds, Mammals, Reptiles, Amphibians and Insects, and includes articles relating to local nature, with contributions from up to 50 members.






The current  edition, Nature in Eurobodalla, Number 32, 2017, features an article on the "59th Annual Assessment of Shearwater Breeding Success on Montagu Island, 15-20 March 2018" by Chris Davey, David Priddel, Mike Crowley and Peter J. Fullagar.

The price is $15.50 including postage or $13 if picked up at a field meeting.

There are also a limited number of past editions available for purchase from the society.  

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The influence of ENSO and rainfall on the numbers of breeding pairs in a woodland bird community from south-eastern Australia.  R. Marchant, S. Guppy, M. Guppy.  

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Nest predation of woodland birds in south-east Australia: importance of unexpected predators.  Michael Guppy, Sarah Guppy, Richard Marchant, David Priddel, Nicholas Carlile & Peter Fullagar.

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The long-nosed bandicoot (Perameles nasuta) as a nest-predator.  M. Guppy and S. Guppy

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Parasitism strategies of the Fan-tailed Cuckoo Cacomantis flabelliformis M Guppy, S Gupp and P Fullagar

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