Waved Albatross is the largest bird on the Galapagos. The Waved Albatross is known for its impressive wingspan. It's one of the biggest bird species. Waved Albatross wingspan can be as large as 2.4m (almost 8ft).
The Galapagos Islands are home to the Waved Albatross, which breeds and nests on Espanola. The birds are adapted to long-distance oceanic flights and they spend most of their life at sea. They only return to the land when breeding or raising chicks. These birds perform elaborate courtship dances, which include a "waving", unique display, during the breeding season.
The waved Albatross, not only is the largest bird on the Galapagos Islands but it's also one of the most significant and iconic species due to their impressive size and distinctive behaviors.