Regional Nesting Sites: South Georgia, Prince Edward, Marion, Crozet, Kerguelen and Macquarie Islands.
Diet: Squid, fish and very occasionally krill. Wandering albatrosses are very poor divers and never reach depths greater than 60 cm. They follow vessels frequently, competing with other species to take advantage of fishing discards.
World breeding population: Estimated at 8,050 pairs.
Conservation Status: Vulnerable (IUCN, 2008).
Main threats: Incidental mortality in longline fisheries.