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Protecting the worlds only mainland Royal Albatross breeding colony 

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The Royal Albatross spends over 85% of their lives at sea. Returning to land only to breed and raise their young. Slow reproduction rates, changes in habitat and climate, and some fishing practices make the Royal Albatross vulnerable.

The Royal Albatross has fascinating breeding behaviour, including elaborate courtship rituals and lifelong monogamous partnerships. Preserving their breeding colonies secures the future of generations to come. 

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The Royal Albatross Centre provides visitors with the unique opportunity to experience and learn about the majestic Royal Albatross while also contributing to the conservation and protection of these magnificent birds and their habitat.

To find out more about the Royal Albatross or The Royal Albatross Centre, visit their website:


To help the species, dodoland is donating 10% net sales profit of our Royal Albatross EUGY directly sold in New Zealand, Australia, the United States, and online, to the
Royal Albatross Centre


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