Dave Grant - Sandy Hook, NJ
The Birds of Midway Island
Midway Atoll is known for its huge
colony of Laysan albatross, which is the largest in the world.
Although there is not a great variety of species found here (Compared
to a rainforest, for example),
it is the nesting site for almost 2 million sea birds and a stopover
for a variety of other migrants.
Also found here are the endangered
Hawaiian Monk seals, green sea turtles and spinner dolphins.
Click below to choose the bird species
you would like to see from this list:
Fairy Terns & other species
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