Albatros royal webcam from nesting
Royal albatros - description
1 webcam of albatross royal in New Zealand.
The Royal Cam 2019 / 2020 season has moved up the hill again. Now on Top Flat Track is a new pair.
OGK (ring - orange, green, black) 21year male
YRK (ring - yellow, red, black) 25 year old female.
YRK laid 14 eggs. November 2019.
This season the live stream teamed up with Cornell Bird Lab. There are some new features, including night vision and the ability to pan the camera at the discretion of the guards.
Thank you to webcam operators: https://www.doc.govt.nz/nature/native-animals/birds/birds-a-z/albatrosses/royal-albatross-toroa/royal-cam/
Suitable time to watch from 22.00 hours of our time
Albatros with its wingspan, which can reach up to 3,5 meter, is one of the largest birds in the world. The body is about 120 centimeters long. The maximum weight is 9 kg. A massive beak adapted to fish catches albatross among the king of the sky. They live in monogamous pairs that rarely break down, for example, if they can not make young seasons for several seasons. Nesting is energetically demanding for birds, smaller species nestle one or two years, more than two or three. The bigger the bigger the egg and the longer the eggs are, the longer it takes for the young to eat, from the egg to the plumage it takes for almost a year.
Albaros royal - live