Juveniles wandering albatros: First tag-birthday

BU8 has been lingering along the south-western Australian coast for a few months, flying around in a sector she seems to appreciate. As for BK2, she has been exploring the Tasman Sea and the western coast of New Zealand. They have not always been there: they began their trip a year ago, 7 000 thousand kilometres away, in one of the remotest place on Earth: Crozet Island. In […]

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Early Life at the 5th International Bio-logging Science Symposium

On the 22th September 2014, 3 members of the EarlyLife program went to the BL5 Symposium in order to present the first results on theirs juvenile’s seabird studies. [caption id=”attachment_138″ align=”alignnone” width=”300″] Sophie de Grissac (Phd Student) has shown in a comparative study the different foraging strategy of nine species of juvenile albatrosses and petrels. Abstract : The early life at sea of juvenile albatrosses and petrels Sophie de Grissac, Henri Weimerskirch, Lucas Börger, […]

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