The Seguam Island Marine IBA occupies 295,921 acres of pelagic open water habitat. The IBA is located in the Central Aleutians ecoregion within the Aleutian Islands. The centroid of this IBA is 13.9 km from the nearest land.

It Seguam Island Marine IBA is owned and managed as: federal-other and state-other, and has the following primary uses: fisheries/aquaculture-other.

The Seguam Island Marine is an IBA for the following species: Northern Fulmar and Whiskered Auklet. It contains an estimated 286,793 Northern Fulmar (breeding) and 5,474 Whiskered Auklet (breeding).

Ornithological Summary

Seguam Island Marine is an IBA for the following species: Northern Fulmar and Whiskered Auklet. It contains an estimated 286,793 Northern Fulmar (breeding) and 5,474 Whiskered Auklet (breeding). These estimates are based on the analysis of 6 non-breeding surveys and 126 breeding surveys. These surveys were conducted between May 18, 1976 and May 24, 2009.

Ownership

The Seguam Island Marine IBA is owned and managed as: federal-other and state-other.

Habitat

The Seguam Island Marine IBA is characterized by the following habitat types: open water. The IBA is located in the Central Aleutians ecoregion with the Aleutian Islands. The average water depth is -262.5 m and ranges from -1569.0 m to 0.0 m.

Land Use

The Seguam Island Marine IBA is used for: fisheries/aquaculture-other.

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