The text with this video says: “Off South Africa’s Cape of Good Hope in the dead of night, he crashed into our ship and was stranded until the next day — when Anthropologist Mike Moffatt and Ornithologist Janet Williams gave him a boost back out to sea. Yellow-Nosed Albatross: Diomedia chlorohynchos.”
From the BBC:
Rare bird makes Somerset landing
An albatross, found on a Somerset beach by a walker, has been released after a check-up by animal rescuers.
After a once over by staff at the Secret World Wildlife Rescue Centre, near Burnham-On-Sea, it was released from a cliff top on Saturday afternoon.
The centre said it had been years since an albatross was seen in the county.
Bird count in Britain: here.