‘Albert’ Painted Stone

Albert Ross, the Black-browed Albatross, first appeared at Bass Rock in 1967 and then almost annually at Hermaness in Shetland from 1972 to 1995, where he spent his time with the Gannets. More recently, another Black-browed Albatross known as ‘Albie’ has turned up at Bempton in Yorkshire. Both these occurrences are remarkable because these birds ordinarily spend their whole lives in the South Atlantic some 8,000 miles away.

Here, I have depicted Albert flying over the North Sea near Muckle Flugga Lighthouse.

Dimensions: 14cm x 14cm

Please keep this stone dry and out of direct sunlight.

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