alexa Southern Oceans Seabird Study Association Inc

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Southern Oceans Seabird Study Association Inc

Southern Oceans Seabird Study Association SOSSA was founded by the New South Wales Albatross Study Group (NSWASG) in 1994. It was set up to be an umbrella organization for many study groups associated with studies of Southern Ocean biodiversity. The New South Wales Albatross Study Group grew from the work of J.D. Gibson, A.R Sefton and others, who began catching and marking wandering albatrosses at Bellambi NSW. Following the passing of Doug Gibson in 1984, the NSWASG based in the Illawarra continue under the guidance of Harry Battam who started banding albatrosses as an assistant to Bill Lane at Malabar in 1958. SOSSA is a wildlife research and conservation group which consists of dedicated people both professional and amateur. These people share a common similar interest and concern for the environment and the wildlife of the Southern Oceans.

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