From this story on discovery.com:
In the same year Elvis Presley first hit the U.S. charts, one particular Laysan albatross was observed for the first time. Now, 62 years later, that bird is still rocking and rolling out eggs. Wisdom, as she is named, recently hatched a chick for the sixth year in a row. "If she were human, she would be eligible for Medicare in a couple years yet she is still regularly raising young and annually circumnavigating the Pacific Ocean," said Bruce Peterjohn, chief of the North American Bird Banding Program at the U.S. Geological Survey. The new chick joins an estimated 30 or more albatross hatched by Wisdom. Albatross lay one egg per year. Incubating that egg and raising the chick then takes most of a year. The birds then sometimes take a year off.