The Audubon’s shearwater Bird is a common tropical seabird in the petrel family. Sometimes known as the dusky-backed shearwater.
Audubon’s shearwater Bird Facts:
Mass: 130 g
Scientific name: Puffinus lherminieri
Conservation status: Least Concern
Higher classification: Small shearwaters
- Wedge-tailed shearwater Bird
- Common merganser Bird
- Falcated Duck Bird
- Red-breasted merganser Bird
- Indian spot-billed duck Bird
Small shearwater with white underparts and head. Distinguished from other shearwaters by blackish-brown upperparts, rectrices undertail-coverts and distal undersides of remiges and sometimes entire feathers. Dark, dull pink feet; grey bill, darker towards tip.
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