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  • By Greg Hester

…Sara de Rodt, Collaborator, Island Conservation Juan Fernández Islands, Chile Guillermo de Rodt, Senior Technician Juan Fernández Islands, Chile Verónica Muñoz, Chile Administrative Assistant Chile Cabila Manriquez, Technician Juan Fernández Islands, Chile Ilana Nimz, Biologist & Winged Ambassadors Coordinator Honolulu, HI John (JJ) Baczenas, Project Assistant Kapolei, Hawai’i Rolando Recabarren, Project Assistant Juan Fernández Islands, Chile Flora Rojas, Field Assistant…

Juan Fernández Islands

  • By Greg Hester

the endemic versus non-endemic hummingbird on Robinson Crusoe Island, Chile: the effect of competitor abundance but not resources or habitat Vizentin-Bugoni, J., Sonne, J., Hodum, P., Hagen, E. and Cordeiro, J. 2017. Journal of Ornithology DOI 10.1007/s10336-017-1431-1 Nest site use in sympatric petrels of the Juan Fernández Archipelago, Chile: Juan Fernández petrel (Pterodroma externa) and Stejneger’s petrel (Pterodroma longirostris) Reyes,…

Juan Fernández Islands: El Principio

  • By M.H.

…islands are the sole breeding site globally for Juan Fernández Petrel, Stejneger’s Petrel, and a subspecies of White-bellied Storm-petrel. It is also a globally significant colony for Pink-footed Shearwater (Fardela blanca), De Filippi’s Petrel, and the wider-spread, but rare and declining, Kermedec Petrel. These seabirds are all in the tubenose family of seabirds, smaller relatives of the albatrosses. These species…

Juan Fernández Islands: Isla Santa Clara Sin Conejos

  • By eggedit

…of Isla Robinson Crusoe, both in the Juan Fernández Archipelago of Chile. For the folks that live on the Juan Fernández Islands “endemic” is a household word. The islands here are replete with endemic plants, endemic birds, endemic tarantulas, and endemic algae. The archipelago’s ratio of endemic plant species to land area is one of the highest in the world—making…

What We Do

  • By M.H.

and Albatross Boluses Marine Conservation Career Training – Wings & Fins Learning about climate change – Antarctic Penguins Endemic & Threatened 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 Black-footed Albatross Ashy Storm-petrel Cassin’s Auklets Completed Accomplished Projects West Cliff California Coastal Restoration Taiaroa Head,…

Pink-Footed Shearwater

  • By Greg Hester

…[Spoken Presentation]   Natural history Overview The Pink-footed Shearwater (Puffinus creatopus) is a species of seabird in the order Procellariiformes, a group of birds that includes albatrosses, petrels, shearwaters, diving petrels and storm petrels. Birds in this order are also called “tubenoses” because all but the diving petrels possess a pair of nasal tubes atop their bill. Tubenoses typically breed…

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…

Publications

  • By Greg Hester

S. 2013. Current: The Journal of Marine Education 28(2):26-30. First Evidence of Plastic Ingestion by White-Tailed Tropicbirds from O’ahu, Hawai’i Hyrenbach D., Hester M., Johnson J., Lyday S., Bingham S., Pawloski J. 2013. Marine Ornithology(41):167–169. Nest site use in sympatric petrels of the Juan Fernández Archipelago, Chile: Juan Fernández petrel (Pterodroma externa) and Stejneger’s petrel (Pterodroma longirostris) Reyes, R., P.J….

Marine Plastic Pollution

  • By Greg Hester

…in addition to the Center of Marine Debris Research, co-led by David Hyrenbach. Washington Necropsy Lab – Located at University of Puget Sound’s Slater Museum of Natural History, led by Peter Hodum and Gary Shugart. Chile Islands Field Stations – Located at Robinson Crusoe in the Juan Fernandez Archipelago and Isla Mocha, led by Oikonos’ Chile Program. Learn About Plastic…