The St. Paul Island Colony IBA occupies 3 acres of land comprised of: bare rock/sand/clay, grassland/herbaceous, and shrubland. The IBA is located in the Bering Sea Islands ecoregion. It is owned and managed as: for profit-other, and has the following primary uses: hunting-other, refuge-wildlife management, and birdwatching.

The St. Paul Island Colony IBA contains 1 seabird colonies. Collectively, these colonies contain 11 seabird species and an estimated 182,023 birds. The meta-colony is an IBA for the following species: Red-faced Cormorant (2,500) and Parakeet Auklet (34,000). The following species are on the Audubon Alaska WatchList: Red-faced Cormorant.

Ornithological Summary

The St. Paul Island Colony IBA contains 1 seabird colonies. Collectively, these colonies contain 11 seabird species and an estimated 182,023 birds. The meta-colony is an IBA for Red-faced Cormorant (2,500) and Parakeet Auklet (34,000). The largest colony, St. Paul Island, contains 11 seabird species and an estimated 182,023 birds. The following species are on the Audubon Alaska WatchList: Red-faced Cormorant.

Conservation Issues

The St. Paul Island Colony IBA is threatened by: aquaculture/fisheries, boats, habitat fragmentation, natural events-other, and water pollution.

Ownership

The St. Paul Island Colony IBA is owned and managed as: for profit-other.

Habitat

The St. Paul Island Colony IBA is located in the Bering Sea Islands ecoregion and contains the following habitat types: bare rock/sand/clay, grassland/herbaceous, and shrubland. The meta-colony occupies a total land area of 3 acres with an average elevation of 86.5 m.

Land Use

The St. Paul Island Colony IBA is used for: hunting-other, refuge-wildlife management, and birdwatching.

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