The second video shows a new mating dance. He's moving extremely fast, in a repeated downward arc just to the upper left of the boxed cedar tree. He really looks like a rocketing dot. One can just see him coming in very low very close to the base of the cedar, dipping below some bushes where the female is undoubtedly located. This occurs in a favorite location for mating dances, close to the bluff drop-off. He's moving so fast you really have to look frame by frame, which I can do on the original.
I'll say more about the new camera I'm using for these videos in my next post.