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Search Results for: "Wedge-tailed Shearwater"

What We Study

  • By Greg Hester

Prev Next Endemic & Threatened Chile Species Másafuera Rayadito DeFilippi’s or Masatierra Petrel Juan Fernández Firecrown Pink-footed Shearwater Juan Fernández Petrel Stejneger’s Petrel Kermadec Petrel Mocha Island Ground Frog Ecosystem Indicators Northern Fulmar Sooty Shearwater Wedge-tailed Shearwater Short-tailed Shearwater Black-footed Albatross Laysan Albatross Tristram’s Storm-petrel Ashy Storm-petrel Rhinoceros Auklets Cassin’s Auklets Western Gulls Pigeon Guillemots Pelagic Cormorants Brandt’s Cormorants Black…

Hawai‘i Lab

  • By Greg Hester

…to quantify where seabirds forage in the main Hawaiian islands. These efforts have, to date, contributed to 5 Masters theses, 8 independent research projects and 5 publications. Five projects are currently under way. Projects Hawaiian Seabird Necropsy Program Wedge-tailed Shearwater fallout on O‘ahu Tracking Hawaiian Seabirds Bio-indicators of Pelagic Plastic Pollution Winged Ambassadors for Ocean Stewardship Wings and Fins Career…

Wings & Fins

  • By M.H.

…Nuevo State Park, California; Mentor: Ryan Carle Hugo Ceja, Post-Bachelor 2015 Project: Breeding seabird monitoring at Año Nuevo Island, focus on Black Oystercatcher ecology. Sponsor: Año Nuevo State Park, California; Mentors: Jessie Beck and Ryan Carle Matt Dwyer, Post-Bachelor 2015 Project: Plastic ingestion by adult Wedge-tailed shearwaters from O‘ahu, HI Sponsor: Hawaii Pacific University; Mentor: David Hyrenbach and Michelle Hester…