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BLACK NODDY (Anous minutus)
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Black noddy

The Black noddy is a spring and summer resident at Lord Howe Island, breeding in Norfolk Island Pinetrees at North Bay.

This species was only recorded breeding on the island in 1990, possibly able to colonise as a result of removing feral cats in the early 1980's.

Length: 36cm; wingspan: 70cm, weight: 100gms.

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