Looking South

Auckland Island is a like an aircraft carrier. A landing spot for albatross that roam the southern oceans. It has 46,000 ha of deck space, much more than other Subantarctic landing pads, but little is available. Albatrosses – Gibson’s wandering albatross, royal southern albatross, light-mantled sooty albatross and white-capped mollymawk – have been pushed off […]

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