Indian Yellow-nosed Albatross


Like all albatrosses, the Indian yellow-nosed albatross is a colonial breeder. It breeds annually,[8] and the adults begin breeding at the age of eight years. A mud nest is built in bare rocky areas or in tussock grass or ferns,[8][10] and a single egg is laid. the nesting season begins in August, with laying occurring around September/October. Incubation lasts around 70 days. After hatching the chick takes around 115 days to fledge.