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The presence of brown pelicans, least terns and Xantus's murrelets, listed as vulnerable, threatened and endangered species and all recorded during on-the-water surveys, also reflects, in general and at smaller scale, the occurrence of these species as reported by other authors for the SCB (Bonnell and Dailey, 1993, Schmitt and Bonnell, 2003).
What do polar bears, Pacific walrus, spectacled eiders, and Kittlitz's murrelets have in common?
The spill killed over 20,000 sea birds, including marbled murrelets.
The murrelet - usually found near Japan - could have been lost in the Atlantic for some years.
The murrelet is about the size of a robin and the only seabird to nest in old-growth forest," wrote Briggs.
The unassuming marbled murrelet lives in the Pacific Northwest, but perhaps not for long.
Although the marbled murrelet is not as well-known or threatened as the spotted owl, it serves as an apt case study of environmental issues.
On nearby Santa Barbara Island, the murrelets abound in the thousands, but their numbers are much smaller on Anacapa, and the difference is rats.
Most decisions to list species in the West, including those involving the northern spotted owl, marbled murrelet, and bull trout, have been made after lawsuits.
Environmental groups soon enjoined other wildlife into the fight: the Red Cockaded Woodpecker, the brown bear, the marbled murrelet, not to mention plants and even fungi.
31) This approach is commonly used for forests harboring marbled murrelet or the spotted owl.
Fish and Wildlife Service ("FWS"), has identified five inhabitants of the Headwaters worthy of protection: The marbled murrelet, the northern spotted owl, the chinock salmon, the peregrine falcon, and the bald eagle.