Infographics depicting the conservation threats faced by the Critically Endangered Tristan Diomedea dabbenena and Waved Phoebastria irrorata Albatrosses have been produced to support this year’s World Albatross Day on 19 June and its chosen theme “Ensuring Albatross-friendly Fisheries”. The ACAP Species Infographics have been produced in the three ACAP official languages of English, French and Spanish. In addition, a Portuguese version of the Tristan Albatross infographic takes note that the species visits the waters of Brazil.
They have been designed to help inform the general public, including school learners. They serve to complement the more detailed and referenced ACAP Species Assessments and the more concise ACAP Species Summaries. See below to view at full size.
The infographics may be freely downloaded at a high resolution to allow for printing professionally in two poster sizes (approximately A2 and A3). Please note they are only being made available for personal use or when engaging in activities that will aid in drawing attention to the conservation crisis faced by the world’s albatrosses and petrels – when ACAP will be pleased to receive a mention. It is envisaged further infographics will be produced as new featured species are chosen to support future World Albatross Days.
Infographic illustrator, Namasri ‘Namo’ Niumim at her worktable
The two infographics have been created by Thai illustrator Namasri ‘Namo’ Niumim from Bangkok, who is currently based in Wellington, New Zealand. Namo, who works in gouache, is a graduate of the School of Architecture and Design, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication Design. She used preliminary concept designs by World Albatross Day member, Michelle Risi, along with photographs supplied by ACAP supporters to guide her work.
With thanks to Jonathon Barrington, Kate Huyvaert, Gustavo Jimenez, Namasri Niumim, Stephanie Prince, Michelle Risi and Patricia Serafini for their inputs to the infographics.
Last updated 02 March 2021