A black-winged petrel emerges from its metre-long burrow, at the bottom of which is the nest. An estimated 2.5 million pairs of black-winged petrels breed here on Macauley Island in the sub-tropical Kermadec group, north of the North Island.
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Photograph by Simon Nathan
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