The frigatebird is not restricted to the Galapagos Islands. The Galapagos Islands are known to host several frigatebird species, such as the Magnificent Frigatebird and Great Frigatebird. However, these birds are found all over the tropical and subtropical world.
The male frigatebirds display a red pouch on their throat during mating displays. They are also known for having long, forked wings and forked tails. The birds are expert aerial predators, and they feed on small fishes and marine creatures using their strong beaks and long wings.
The frigatebird can also be found along the coastlines of Central America and South America and other oceanic areas with suitable habitats and food resources. Their range is not limited to the Galapagos Islands, as they are known to travel long distances for food.