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The islands are also protected habitats for Manx shearwaters, northern fulmar, black-legged kittiwake, razorbill, guillemot, peregrine falcon and storm petrel.
Seabirds that are strong flyers; gulls, shearwaters, petrels, and jaegers; will usually exit the storm first.
The island is a nesting site for rare species of petrels, shearwaters and terns.
And Shearwaters aren’t the only birds that use a sense of smell to navigate.
In years past, shearwaters have been found beached in large numbers in other parts of the United States.
The team also found, not surprisingly, that the birds most attracted to the DMS odor are the albatrosses, petrels, and shearwaters that are most severely affected by plastic consumption.
Dolby six-channel surround sound blasts from two 4-foot-high Shearwater main speakers, a floor subwoofer, center-channel speaker, and rear speakers built into the ceiling.
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