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Asia, Chile, Global, Polynesia, South America Read less
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This species qualifies as Endangered as it probably breeds at fewer than five locations (although currently only known from one) and its population is suspected to be declining as a consequence of predation by rats. ...
It is found in the Pitcairn Islands, and possibly in French Polynesia, though confusion over the taxon makes reports of this species in the Marquesas, Tuamotus, Australs and Gambiers uncertain.[ 1] Breeding colonies formerly existed on Ducie, but were wiped out by invasive rats by 1922. It now is believed to nest uniquely on the Henderson island atoll, which was declaired a World Heritage Site in 1988.[ 2] The International Union for Conservation of Nature classifies it as closely related to Pterodroma arminjoniana and Pterodroma heraldica.[ 3] [ 4] Its natural habitat is the moist subtropical scrub found on that island. The endangered habitat of this species was identified in 2007 as requiring urgent action to restore it.[ 5] ...