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Thread: Bermuda Petrel returns to Nonsuch Island (Bermuda) after 400 years

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    Default Bermuda Petrel returns to Nonsuch Island (Bermuda) after 400 years

    Three Endangered Bermuda Petrels (Pterodroma cahow ? also known as the Cahow), translocated to Nonsuch Island before fledging in 2005, have returned to the island, and been observed entering artificial nesting burrows constructed for them.

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    This is great news.


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