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Black Footed Albatross

Black Footed Albatross's are magnificent out on the ocean.

They come from the Hawaiian Island chain, were they nest, and soar over to the Monterey Bay to forage from our resources. Black footed Albatross' create a rich oil from their scavenging and return to their nests in the Hawaiian Islands to purge the oil to their chicks waiting for them in the nests. The trek apparently takes 5 to 7 days for these birds because they are built to soar effortlessly, can "sleep on the wing", and have a 6' wing span for traveling long distances.