ABSTRACT The Black-browed Albatross Diomedea melanophris is the most frequently recorded of all vagrant albatrosses in the North Atlantic.This paper provides guidelines to identify the species and to help in ageing immatures at sea.The Black-browed Albatross is best identified by underwing pattern and general silhouette, with bill pattern, when visible, often diagnostic. Individuals can be aged by


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