Here's an overview of the 2017 breeding season:
Kathryn Ryan interviews DOC's Threatened Species Ambassador about Royal cam: Albatross webcam clicks soaring
The votes are in and the albatross star of the DOC ‘royal cam’ has been named Tūmanako meaning hope, wish, desire.
For the second year running we're inviting people to help name the internet’s most famous albatross chick.
The wait is over for fans of the DOC ‘Royal cam’ as the albatross nest at Pukekura/Taiaroa Head on Otago Peninsula is home to a new chick hatched over the weekend.
The first chick of the breeding season was welcomed on Sunday, with a 'Happy Birthday' flag flying from the Dunedin City Council's Mayoral Flagpole to celebrate.
Drones are a real risk to wildlife with drone activity increasing at the Northern royal albatross colony at Pukekura/Taiaroa Head.
Moana, the northern royal albatross and star DOC's royal cam has left Pukekura/Taiaroa Head.
The royal cam albatross chick at Pukekura/Taiaroa Head has been named Moana.
The albatross chick at Pukekura/Taiaroa Head which has become an internet sensation will soon have a name.
DOC has set up a web cam beside an albatross nest at Taiaroa Head on Otago Peninsula near Dunedin.
The first chick of the 2015/16 breeding season for the Northern Royal Albatross Colony at Taiaroa Head/Pukekura on Otago Peninsula was welcomed late yesterday.
A web camera is being set up at Pukekura/Taiaroa Head, the world's only mainland breeding colony of albatross in the southern hemisphere.
Media coverage of the 2015/16 breeding season at Taiaroa Head.
Our Threatened Species Ambassador chats to Rawdon on TV ONE's Breakfast show about our web cam and the 'Name the chick' competition.
Smile! You're on albatross nestcam (26 January 2016, Stuff.co.nz)
Video: It's a bird's life: The fluff, the feathers and the feeding (26 January 2016, 3 News)
First chick hatched, challenges await (15 January 2016, Otago Daily Times)
Video: Webcam to be installed on albatross nest to watch hatchling (11 January 2016, One News, TVNZ)
Heat goes on but nesting albatrosses unharmed (23 December 2015, Otago Daily Times)