BIRD OF THE WEEK — RED-FOOTED BOOBY — PLANET EARTH BIRD WORLD

AMERICAN BIRD CONSERVANCY

RED-FOOTED BOOBY is our bird of the week.

Red-footed Booby, Feathercollector, Shuttterstock

BIRD OF THE WEEK: February 5, 2016SCIENTIFIC NAME: Sula sula
POPULATION: At least 1 million individuals
TREND: Decreasing
HABITAT: Breeds on islands in tropical oceans; spends all other time at sea

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