Bermuda petrel


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Bermuda petrel

n.
A seabird (Pterodroma cahow) endemic to Bermuda, having brownish-gray and white plumage and nesting in burrows. Also called cahow.
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RARE BIRDS: THE EXTRAORDINARY TALE OF THE BERMUDA PETREL AND THE MAN WHO BROUGHT IT BACK FROM EXTINCTION.
Once thought to be extinct, the Bermuda petrel, better known as the Cahow, was spotted by research crew from the Irish Marine Institute.
Rare birds; the extraordinary tale of the Bermuda petrel and the man who brought it back from extinction.
With its Bermuda palmetto, olivewood and cedar forests, scuttling Sally Lightfoot crabs and nesting Bermuda petrel seabirds just offshore, the island represents a rare opportunity to experience Bermuda as its first visitors saw it.
Each account is accompanied by a few to many photographs taken of the species in a variety of situations, light conditions, and locations (on the wing, on the water); in fact, it is the first place I have seen a photograph of the Bermuda Petrel (Cahow) in flight, rather than in somebody's hands.