Tristan Albatross
Diomedea dabbenena


Came ashore alive, but in a weakened state, at Cape Cross in Namibia on 23 January 2009, but subsequently succumbed at a rehabilitation facility. This is the first confirmed record of this species alive in Southern Africa!


Photographed by Mark Boorman.


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