Sooty albatross

(redirected from Light-mantled Sooty Albatross)
Related to Light-mantled Sooty Albatross: wandering albatross, Black-browed Albatross
(Zool.) an albatross (Phœbetria fuliginosa) found chiefly in the Pacific Ocean; - called also nellie.

See also: Sooty

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We also placed satellite tags on some black-browed albatross and light-mantled sooty albatross. We need to understand where these birds forage so we can assess the degree to which they overlap with the areas fished by longline vessels--these are a risk to the birds if they attempt to take baits from the hooks.'
You'll also find crowds of wandering, black-browed, grey-headed and light-mantled sooty albatrosses, gentoo penguins, southern elephant seals and Antarctic fur seals.
Satellite tracking of light-mantled sooty albatrosses. Polar Biol.