Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels

About ACAP

The Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels (ACAP) through its 13 Parties strives to conserve albatrosses and petrels by coordinating international activities to mitigate threats to their populations.  In 2019 ACAP's Advisory Committee declared that a conservation crisis continues to be faced by its 31 listed species, with thousands of albatrosses, petrels and shearwaters dying every year as a result of fisheries operations.  To increase awareness of this crisis ACAP inaugurated a World Albatross Day to be held annually on 19 June from 2020, the date the Agreement was signed in 2001.

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2020 ACAP Small Grant Applications

Applications are sought for project funding that will assist the Agreement meet its objective of achieving and maintaining a favourable conservation status for albatrosses and petrels.  Applications close on 30 October 2020. Applications will only be accepted from ACAP Parties. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

Rauzon Isles of Amnesia

UPDATED:  Natural history books and monographs on the albatross islands of the Pacific Ocean

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Twelfth Meeting of the ACAP Advisory Committee

ACAP Parties have decided to postpone the next meeting of the Advisory Committee AC12 (and its Working Groups: SBWG10 and PaCSWG6) to 2021, to be held in Ecuador.  A revised date and other details will be decided nearer the timeSee AC12 Circular 3.