IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

The Black-winged Petrel breeds in the south-west Pacific, from Lord Howe Island (Australia) and eastern Australia in the west, New Caledonia in the north, the Chatham Islands (New Zealand) in the south and Austral Islands (French Polynesia) in the east. Outside the breeding season it migrates to the north and east Macific, being common in the north-west Pacific in July - November, and particularly abundant between the Hawaiian Islands (USA) and Peru1.


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