Story: Kermadec Islands

White-naped petrels, Macauley Island (5th of 5)

White-naped petrels, Macauley Island

Biologist Alan Tennyson is surrounded by white-naped petrels on Macauley Island in 1988. These distinctive birds are found in breeding colonies on the higher slopes.

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Simon Nathan, 'Kermadec Islands - Plants and animals', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 1 October 2022)

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