Northern Pygmy Owl behavior.
A hand fed Hummingbird video that is amazing. Taming the Alaskan hummingbird. These hummingbirds were filmed at our lodge in Alaska, no feeder required! Our lodge in Alaska has TONS of these little birds in the summer. Did you know their heartbeat can be as high as 1200 beats per minute! Mother nature is amazing! These adorable hummingbirds eat right out of our hands here at the lodge. While setting up the cameras for some more hand feeding, these two little hummingbirds gave us “the shot”. The majority only arrive after migrating from Mexico, looking for feeders along the way. [More]
The Eagle Owl is a very large and powerful bird, smaller than the Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) but larger than the Snowy Owl.
American white pelicans fish together to music of Tchaikovsky. Pelicans numbering in the hundreds are making a migratory stopover on Lake Springfield. Click Here for more information about American White Pelican
Wild and aggressive, the tiny birds are a force onto themselves.
Watch the Great Horned Owl and Barn Owl as they fly and hunt over the southern Arizona desert at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum.
Eagles mate for life, and an established pair will use the same nest for many years. Over time some nests become enormous – they can reach a diameter of 9 feet and weigh as much as 2 tons!
No birds were harmed in the making of this movie. All duckies are currently living successfully in a protected area, and have managed to nest and hatch their own ducklings.
Birds of paradise have incredible and elaborate plumage, here David David Attenborough looks at one. From the BBC.
The Birds of Paradise from BBC’s outstanding Planet Earth
Close-ups of singing Chestnut-sided Warbler (Setophaga pensylvanica; formerly Dendroica pensylvanica) on Mt Rogers in the Appalachian Mountains in Grayson Co, southwestern Virginia near the North Carolina border. Late June.
The Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus), also known as the Peregrine, and historically as the Duck Hawk in North America,is a widespread bird of prey in the family Falconidae.
Formerly lumped with the Oak Titmouse in the species known appropriately as Plain Titmouse, the Juniper Titmouse is found primarily in the Great Basin.
After 5 days have gone by, return to the Chestnut-sided Warbler nest to film young and to try to film parents’ activities. Showing the love and attention of a caring mother. This is filmed in Raleigh County.
Ever see the courting dances and rituals of great blue herons? Watch them build their nests? See them hunt and catch food? This video has it all — plus stop-action, high-resolution, close-up photographs of great blue herons flying, hunting, and landing. Great blue herons are the largest herons in North America. They’re huge birds with slate-gray bodies, chestnut, blue, and black accents, and very long legs and necks. In flight they look enormous, with six-foot wingspans. Adults have shaggy ruffs on their necks. Great blue herons hunt by standing silently along riverbanks, lakeshores, seashores, and wet meadows, waiting for passing [More]
Northern Flicker is a very cautious and alert bird.
Baby Osprey getting ready for first flight
Amazing hummingbird photography of these little birds in Alaska. They travel from Mexico and migrate to Alaska each spring. We enjoy these little birds and great photographic moments they offer us!
A male wood duck swimming in the Bronx River at the New York Botanical Garden. Click Here for more information about Wood Duck
Mini-documentary about the mourning dove