In the song Hello Seattle, he talks about the bird. Are they actually in Seattle?
The Black-footed Albatross seems to inhabit the North Pacific ocean. Their range mainly covers Hawaii and the islands extending from Alsaka (as far as their US range), but there seems to be some range for the areas along the West Coast of the US.
If im correct seattle is near the coast of wasington state?If so then go to the coast and you may spot one but, dont get your hopes up because they stay in the air for up to 40 years!One on record stayed in the air for 70 years strait!The eat,play, and sleep in the air. They only come to land for nesting.
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