The Hawaiian petrel (ʻuaʻu) is an endangered seabird that is endemic to Hawaiʻi. These birds mate for life and lay only one egg per year.
Urban development poses a great risk to this species-- the birds fly at night and get confused by bright lights. Introduced predators (like cats, rats, and mongoose) are also dangers for this species. To help ʻuaʻu, use shielded lights outside your home and keep pet cats indoors.
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