Environment

Anglers urged to be careful as South Coast bird rescues spike

Ben Carr
Updated April 3 2024 - 7:50am, first published April 2 2024 - 9:44am
The South Coast branch of Australian Seabird and Turtle Rescue also see a number of herons, oyster catchers, cormorants, lapwings and black swans requiring help. Picture ASTR
The South Coast branch of Australian Seabird and Turtle Rescue also see a number of herons, oyster catchers, cormorants, lapwings and black swans requiring help. Picture ASTR

No one goes fishing thinking they are going to hook a bird.

Subscribe now for unlimited access.

$0/

(min cost $0)

or signup to continue reading

See subscription options
Ben Carr

Ben Carr

Journalist

Starting out as a reporter in Lightning Ridge in 2005, I returned to journalism in 2023 after 15 years spent in event production and technical services. Passionate about community news, contact me on ben.carr@austcommunitymedia.com.au or ph: 0484 524 000

Get the latest Narooma news in your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.

We care about the protection of your data. Read our Privacy Policy.