Several newsletters on procellariiform seabirds and on bycatch issues are of relevance to the Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels. A list follows, which is kept regularly updated.
Albert Times Electronic newsletter published near-monthly in New Zealand by Clement & Associates (http://www.fishinfo.co.nz) to create awareness among fishers of seabird bycatch and mitigation techniques. First issue February 2006, last issue No. 63 of September 2011. Editor is the pseudonymous "Admiral Albert Ross". Great cartoons. www.albertross.co.nz.
Atlántico sur Boletín Bulletin of the Proyecto Albatros y Petreles - Uruguay. Latest issue No. 9, June 2012. ISSN 1688-4406. Editors: Martin Abreu, Andres Domingo, Sebastian Jimenez & Javier Lenzi. Available for download (including back numbers) at
Boletín Pacífíco Sur Newsletter of the BirdLife Albatross Task Force in Chile. No. 1 July 2010, No. 3 December 2012. Editors: Luis Cabezas, Cristian Suazo and Oliver Yates. In Spanish. http://www.atfchile.cl/publicaciones/boletin-pacifico-sur.
Bycatch Bylines First issue No. 1 of October 2011, latest issue No. 21 of January 2016.
Egg Rock Update. Electronic newsletter of the Seabird Restoration Program of the National Audubon Society. Available on-line from 1998. Latest issue 2012. Carries updates on restoration/translocation projects, including on procellariiform seabirds. http://projectpuffin.org/ERU.html.
The Hutton's Shearwater Charitable Trust Newsletter Electronic newsletter. Latest issue No. 17, February 2016. ISSN 1179-5646. http://www.huttonsshearwater.org.nz/category/resources/newsletters/
Southern Seabirds Solutions The Southern Seabird Solutions Trust (based in New Zealand) was formed in July 2002 to promote the adoption of fishing practices that avoid mortality of southern hemisphere seabirds. Newsletter No. 1 issued September 2002. Latest issue: No. 16 of December 2011. Available electronically at www.southernseabirds.org.
Taiko Chat Newsletter of the Chathams Islands Taiko Trust. No. 1 issued September 2010. Covers Magenta Petrel or Taiko Pterodroma magentae and Chatham Island Petrel P. axillaris. Available electronically at www.taiko.org.nz.
Last updated 12 March 2016