This video is called Dancing Laysan Albatrosses.
From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA:
Watch an Albatross Family Grow—Live From Hawaii
We’re betting this is the smallest albatross you’ll ever see: a three-day-old Laysan Albatross chick on our newest Bird Cam. Two months ago, its parents built a nest on the north shore of Kauai, Hawaii, and started taking turns incubating. We visited last week to install one of our high-definition nest cameras just as the chick began to pip out of its egg. (Watch now)
Don’t miss this chance to watch a new life develop into an animal whose elegance, power, and beauty have inspired cultures across the North Pacific and sailors from around the world. Our pan-tilt-zoom camera offers great views of the beautifully marked adults and the wispy-feathered chick alike. Watch the parents shelter and feed the chick as it grows—from less than six inches long today to a bird with a wingspan of almost seven feet by the time it fledges, in July.
We’ll be chronicling the birds’ activities on Twitter (@AlbatrossCam)—please add your own observations to the conversation, and share your screen captures in our Flickr Bird Cams Group. You can learn more about Laysan Albatross in our species guide and through our albatross nest FAQs.
The Bird Cams Team.
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is a membership institution dedicated to interpreting and conserving the earth’s biological diversity through research, education, and citizen science focused on birds. Visit the Cornell Lab’s website at http://www.birds.cornell.edu.