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|Nests in sandy burrows of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
Thousands of birds become active after dusk as they depart to feed upon
small fishes or squid plucked from the sea surface as they skim across
the surface. They share the same burrows used by Wedge-tailed
Shearwaters during summer-fall, nesting during winter-spring after young
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