This Midway Atoll video is called Dancing Laysan Albatrosses.
From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA today:
Over two months ago, Laysan Albatrosses began returning from their epic ocean voyages to the green warmth of Kauai‘s north shore to breed. Mated pairs met up again after long absences, greeting each other with beautiful dances and gentle nuzzling, ready to start anew at the task of successfully raising the next generation of winged spirits. Thanks to the help of the Kauai Albatross Network and a gracious homeowner, you have a front row seat on our Albatross Cam! Watch cam.
This year’s site features four nests on camera (two fertile, two infertile), and a fifth fertile nest just out of view:
The parents of the central fertile nest, situated in front of the cam under the ironwood tree, are Manawanui (KP796) and unbanded Moana; the egg was laid on November 28…
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