Isla Bartolomé is the largest of the Diego Ramírez Islands
|Archipelago||Diego Ramírez Islands|
|Area||0.93 km2 (0.36 sq mi)|
|Highest elevation||190 m (620 ft)|
Isla Bartolomé is an uninhabited subantarctic island. With an area of 93 ha and a maximum height of 190 m it is the largest of the Chilean Diego Ramírez Archipelago, being more than twice the size of the second largest - Isla Gonzalo, lying in the Drake Passage between the continents of South America and Antarctica. It is an important breeding site for Black-browed (over 35,000 pairs) and Grey-headed (over 9000 pairs) Albatrosses, as well as for Southern Giant Petrels.
- "Island – Isla Bartolome". Island Group - Islas Diego Ramirez. Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels. 2011. Retrieved 2011-07-21.
- Robertson, Graham; Moreno, Carlos A.; Lawton, Kieran; Arata, Javier; Valencia, Jose; & Kirkwood, Roger. (2007). "An estimate of the population sizes of Black-browed (Thalassarche melanophrys) and Grey-headed (T. chrysostoma) Albatrosses breeding in the Diego Ramírez Archipelago, Chile". Emu 107: 239–244. doi:10.1071/mu07028.
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