The world's oldest known wild bird is a parent once again. Wisdom, a moli (Laysan Albatross), had returned to her nesting site on Midway Atoll in November, along with her mate Akeakamai. Wisdom soon laid an egg, and in late January it began to hatch. The chick emerged on Monday, February 1. Wisdom is approximately 70 years old. She was banded as an adult in 1956, when she was at least five years old. The late ornithologist Chandler Robbins attached her first band. Not only have countless news articles been written about Wisdom, but she also has her own Wikipedia page.