white-chinned petrel

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Noun1.white-chinned petrel - large black petrel of southern seas having a white mark on the chin
petrel - relatively small long-winged tube-nosed bird that flies far from land
genus Procellaria, Procellaria - type genus of the Procellariidae
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Only two species of seabirds were caught during setting of the longline: 12 white-chinned petrels (Procellaria aequinoctialis) and 19 black-browed albatrosses; no seabirds were caught during hauling.
Other threatened UK species include wandering, grey-headed, Atlantic yellow-nosed and sooty albatrosses; as well as white-chinned and southern giant petrels.
Louis encephalitis virus, and Ilheus virus in enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay reactive bird specimens (a) Field site Species ILHV SLEV Westmoreland Parish, White-chinned thrush 40 80 Jamaica (Turdus aurantius) (b) White-chinned thrush <40 <40 (T.
Some inconspicuous seabirds, such as prions and white-chinned petrels, behave like the bloodhounds of the Antarctic skies, a new study suggests.