Friday, 25 May 2007
Lovesick albatross still looking for romance after 40 years
Albert, a lovesick albatross was blown off course 40 years ago and has been living in Scotland since 1967. Over the last four decades he has been wooing gannets, in his desperate search for a mate. But being 8,000 miles away from his natural breeding ground, he has been unsuccessful in finding a suitable partner. Albert’s natural home is in Southern Argentina and the Falkland Islands. Read more about Albert at the BBC website.