This Marine IBA is identified using tracking data. It falls within the Chile Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) and the Pacific, Southeast FAO ocean region. The site covers an area of 30578 km2 and borders the coastline. The depth ranges from 0 to 3075 m, with a mean annual wind speed of 3.65 m/s and mean annual sea surface temperature falls between 3.98 and 9.04 °C.
7 species trigger IBA criteria at this Marine IBA. BirdLife analyses of tracking data estimates that 156-1138 individuals of Wandering Albatross (VU) from Iles Kerguelen are present at the site during the Immature (Jun-Dec) and Non-breeding (Feb-Dec) life-history stages. 559-3067 individuals of Wandering Albatross (VU) from South Georgia are present at the site during the Sabbatical (Oct-May) and Immature (May-Dec) life-history stages. 9900-65554 individuals of Black-browed Albatross (EN) from Islas Diego Ramirez are present at the site during the Brood-guard (Dec-Jan) and Incubation (Sep-Dec) life-history stages. 8545-17091 individuals of Black-browed Albatross (EN) from Islas Ildefonso are present at the site during the Incubation (Sep-Dec) life-history stage.
BirdLife International (2021) Important Bird Areas factsheet: Pacific, Southeast 7 - Marine. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 25/01/2021.