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Matsudaira's Storm Petrel Oceanodroma matsudairae - Google Search

Matsudaira's Storm Petrel Oceanodroma matsudairae - Google Search

Antarctic Prion | Pachyptila desolata (Antarctic prion, Dove prion)

Antarctic Prion | Pachyptila desolata (Antarctic prion, Dove prion)

Procellaria conspicillata (Spectacled petrel)           brilbassiaan

Procellaria conspicillata (Spectacled petrel) brilbassiaan

Annotated List of the Seabirds of the World -- Heinroth's Shearwater

Annotated List of the Seabirds of the World -- Heinroth's Shearwater

Band-rumped Storm Petrel Oceanodroma castro - Band-rumped Storm-Petrel  Oceanodroma castro    Fairly common in summer in the Gulf of Mexico in summer and fall. Two accepted TBRC records prior to the species’ delisting in 1997.

Band-rumped Storm Petrel Oceanodroma castro - Band-rumped Storm-Petrel Oceanodroma castro Fairly common in summer in the Gulf of Mexico in summer and fall. Two accepted TBRC records prior to the species’ delisting in 1997.

Pelagodroma marina/White‐faced Storm Petrel - Tenerife birds typically found in the Canaries from Lanzarote to Tenerife

Pelagodroma marina/White‐faced Storm Petrel - Tenerife birds typically found in the Canaries from Lanzarote to Tenerife

White-bellied Storm Petrel Fregetta grallaria - Google Search

White-bellied Storm Petrel Fregetta grallaria - Google Search

Tristram's Storm Petrel Oceanodroma tristrami - Google Search

Tristram's Storm Petrel Oceanodroma tristrami - Google Search

Distribution range map for Wedge-rumped Storm-petrel (Hydrobates tethys)

Distribution range map for Wedge-rumped Storm-petrel (Hydrobates tethys)

Distribution range map for New Zealand Storm-petrel (Fregetta maoriana)

Distribution range map for New Zealand Storm-petrel (Fregetta maoriana)

Flesh-footed Shearwater (Ardenna carneipes),  with a world population estimated at several hundred thousand birds, is a common petrel in the waters surrounding North Island, New Zealand.

Flesh-footed Shearwater (Ardenna carneipes), with a world population estimated at several hundred thousand birds, is a common petrel in the waters surrounding North Island, New Zealand.