Breeding Behavior of Tropical Pelagic Birds

Location:Midway Island
Subject:Birdlife
Length:18 minutes
Format:16mm; VHS
Hue:Color
Year Released:1979
Series:Aspects of Animal Behavior
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Distributor:University of California Extension, Center for Media and Independent Learning
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Description:Studies the breeding behavior of three species of seabird on tropical islands: the red-tailed tropic bird, the sooty tern, and the white, or fairy, tern. Terrestrial predators are absent, but the birds must cope with intense heat and the need for long range foraging. Filmed on Midway Island in the central Pacific.
Record No:240
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