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Protecting the Seabirds of Midway Atoll

Learn about the Midway Seabird Protection Project and the threat invasive mice pose to native and endangered seabirds in critical nesting habitat on Midway Atoll.

Featured photo: Laysan Albatross nesting on Midway Atoll. Credit: Kristi Lapenta / USFWS
Originally Published by the US Fish and Wildlife Service

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Island Conservation prevents extinctions by removing invasive species from islands. To date, we have successfully restored 63 islands worldwide, benefiting 1173 populations of 468 species and subspecies. Working together with local communities, government management agencies, and conservation organizations, we select islands that have the greatest potential for preventing the extinction of globally threatened species.

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