Arrive to Madeira at March; the offspring are born at May; leave from Madeira Island at October
The Cory’s Shearwater are sea birds in constant migration that use Madeira’s islands to mate and nest. They arrive at March, the offspring are born at May, and at October they leave. They have a spindle-shaped body, long wings, dark, grey or brown feathering on the back, and white on the belly. These aren’t selfish birds and that’s why end up feeding along with their fellow dolphins!