Notice anything different? The ACAP website relaunches with a new look

Snapshot of ACAP's new website homepage which is a close up shot of a Black-browed Albatross and a text box that summarises what ACAP is and does under the heading, The Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels.

ACAP is pleased to unveil our newly redesigned website. The site has been under development for a few months with Melbourne-based web developers, Preflight.

The homepage has undergone the biggest transformation with the addition of links to ACAP resources and documents including: Best Practice Advice, Mitigation Fact Sheets, the Seabird Bycatch Identification Guide, Text of the Agreement, ACAP Species Assessments and the Data Portal, now accessible via their prominent display on the homepage.

ACAP Latest News can still be found on the homepage just below the links to the aforementioned resources and documents and alongside the upcoming meetings and events noticeboard.

Though it may have a new look, all the content from the previous website has been brought across and remains in the same position as on the previous site, though if while navigating the site you notice any issues, please do inform us.

24 March 2023

The Agreement on the
Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels

ACAP is a multilateral agreement which seeks to conserve listed albatrosses, petrels and shearwaters by coordinating international activity to mitigate known threats to their populations.

About ACAP

ACAP Secretariat

119 Macquarie St
Hobart TAS 7000

Tel: +61 3 6165 6674