Fiji petrel (Pseudobulweria macgillivrayi)
Where Listed: WHEREVER FOUND
Synonyms for the Fiji petrel include Pseudobulweria macgillivrayi and Thalassidroma macgillivrayi. Very little information is available on the Fiji petrel and its life history. There have only been 12 substantiated sightings of this species on land since 1965, and a total of 13 historically. These sightings have all been on Gau Island (BirdLife International 2000), a 52.55-square mile (136.1 km\2\) island in Fiji's Lomaiviti archipelago (Wikipedia 2007f). The population of this species is very small, estimated at less than 50 birds and is showing a decreasing population trend (BirdLife International 2007c). The IUCN classifies the Fiji petrel as ``Critically Endangered'' (BirdLife International 2006c).
- Countries in which the the Fiji petrel, Entire is known to occur: Fiji
|Status||Date Listed||Lead Region||Where Listed|
» Federal Register Documents
|12/16/1991||56 FR 65207 65208||ETWP; Finding on Petition and Initiation of Status Review of 53 Foreign Birds; 56 FR 65207 65208|
|09/14/2009||74 FR 46914 46930||Listing the Chatham Petrel,Fiji Petrel, and Magenta Petrel as Endangered Throughout Their Ranges|
|12/17/2007||72 FR 71298 71315||Proposed Rule To List Six Foreign Bird Species Under the Endangered Species Act|
No recovery information is available for the Fiji petrel.
» Critical Habitat
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» Conservation Plans
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