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Breeding biology of Fairy Terns on Magone Islet, New Caledonia

The threatened Fairy Tern (Sternula nereis) is separated into three sub-species: S. n. nereis in Australia, S. n. davisae in New Zealand and S. n. exsul in New Caledonia. Poor breeding success was noted in S. n. exsul but the factors responsible were little known. To address this knowledge gap we documented the breeding biology in a small colony on mammal-free Magone Islet off the west coast of...
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