Birdwatching on North Seymour Island, The Galápagos

On North Seymour Island male frigatebirds puff up their gular sacs and shake their wings while the female flies above them. The female’s task is to choose the frigatebird with the best genes and she will land next to him. The pair will then build a nest and the female will lay one single egg… [click to read more]

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