Bird species on St. Helena

Antarctic Peninsula

Region: Antarctica

Destinations: St. Helena

​Only one endemic species has survived, the St. Helena Plover, locally known as the Wirebird. But many interesting seabirds can still be spotted such as the Noddy, the Fairy and Sooty Tern, the Madeiran Storm Petrel, and the Red-billed Tropicbird.

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