Yesterday I went for a delightful run on an oceanside trail out to Kaena Point, which is in the most northwestern tip of Hawaii’s Oahu island.
Arriving at the point, I was greeted with the songs and curious mating dances of the Laysan Albatross, a bird that is recently making a comeback in this corner of the island, especially since the government erected a barrier fence to keep out predators and motorized vehicles.
Here they are in action:
(sorry about the wind noise, I guess the wind was blowing right into the microphone since it really wasn’t that windy)
As a bonus, just when I was about to leave and run back, I spotted this whale breaching like nobody’s business: