Recovery Plan for Albatrosses and Giant-Petrels: Environment Australia in Consultation with the Albatross and Giant-Petrel Recovery Team
Recent taxonomic research has increased the number of albatross species recognised in the world from 14 to 24. Twenty two species of albatross occur within the Southern Hemisphere. All species of Southern Hemisphere albatrosses are listed in appendices of the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals. Most albatrosses and giant petrels spend more than 95% of their time traversing the world's Southern Oceans in search of prey, and usually only return to land to breed.
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