IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)

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Relatively little is known about the ecology, behaviour and life history patterns of this rare bird. Nesting has been recorded between August and March (3), during which two to three white eggs are laid in holes and crevices lined with grass, twigs and feathers (2) (3). The Galapagos martin has been observed feeding on insects such as butterflies and moths, which are caught in flight (2) (3).


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