The waved albatross is the largest of all
Galapagos sea birds, with a wing span of some eight feet. They
nest on only one island, Espanola, and are found there only
for part of the year. During nesting, they engage in an extremely
long, complicated courtship dance. Waved albatrosses produce
one chick, which they feed with an oil made in the stomach from
fish they catch at sea.