Most likely, the most prevalent bird in the Galapagos Islands will be the Galapagos Mockingbird. The Galapagos Islands are home to several different species of mockingbirds. They can be seen on all the islands. They are more approachable and visible than other species of birds in the Galapagos because they adapt well to humans and their presence. Galapagos mockingbirds are characterized by their long tails and thin bills. They also have a curious nature, approaching people in search of water or food. They aren't as well-known as Darwin's Finches but they're still an important part of Galapagos unique and diverse bird population.