The Newell's Shearwater is a species of seabird endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. The species is sometimes called the Hawaiian Shearwater. In the Hawaiian language it is called the ʻaʻo.
Newell's Shearwater is named after a missionary who was in Hawaii in the late 1800's and early 1900's.
The population trend for the Newell's Shearwater is decreasing and the conservation status is Endangered as of September 2013. Habitat loss and predation by non-native species are two major threats facing the Newell's Shearwater.
From IUCN Red List: The Newell's Shearwater is listed as Endangered
on the IUCN Red List and was last assessed in 2015 by BirdLife International. This species appears to have declined very rapidly on its main breeding island, possibly associated with the impacts of Hurricane Iniki in 1992, and continues to decline, with two colonies known of in the early 1980s, and possibly a third, now abandoned. Combined with longer term declines owing to a number of other threats, it qualifies as Endangered.
Puffin de Newell
Berta di Newell