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Painted Bunting couple dine together,
Olive-sided Flycatcher singing ” Quick – Three – Beers “
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Searching for the previously found Gray Vireo nest and couldn’t re-find. Speculated it could have blown away in the windstorm earlier that week, but didn’t see it or any remains on the ground.
The Prothonotary Warbler warbler is fairly common in the Eastern United States. It is rare in Canada and only found in extreme southern Ontario. It can be found in deciduous woods along streams and in swamps. The head and underparts are a golden yellow. It has blue-gray wings with no wing bars. It has white undertail coverts along with white patches in the tail. Nesting is in tree cavities. The song is a loud and clear repeated “tweet”.
Filmed with a Casio EXF1 Pro high speed camera at 600 frames per second.
The Clay-colored Sparrow was once fairly common in north central United States and western and central Canada. Now due to intensive agricultural practices it is on the decline. It is found in brushy open areas, prairies, streamside thickets. It has brown streaked upperparts with clear whitish underparts. The head shows a central pale crown stripe and a broad light eyebrow stripe. Also note the brown cheek patch and gray collar and brown rump. Similar winter Chipping Sparrow has a contrasting gray rump. Brewer’s Sparrow has no central crown stripe. The distinctive song is unbird-llike with identical slow low-pitched buzzes.
The Egrets mostly followed the cattle. This I observed during my holidays. In this video you can see two egrets following a calf where ever he went. I think they are near them to eat the insects coming out of the grass when the cattle eat it. I really enjoyed observing how they behaved and waited patiently around the calf. A few captures I missed and they were hilarious. They never left the cattle and seem to be attracted by a magnetic force !! You can also see that they get on well with each otrher. ====================== Cattle Egret – [More]
Broad-winged Hawk eating a fresh kill of a Gray Squirrel. This was filmed on Halloween 10-31-2012 I have tons more footage of this Hawk so please drop a comment if you want more.If you would like to learn more about this hawk here is the link. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Broad-winged_Hawk
This sparrow was recorded in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area on April 4th, 2014. The Black-chinned Sparrow (Spizella atrogularis). This passerine bird is generally found in chaparral, sagebrush, arid scrublands, and brushy hillsides, breeding in the Southwestern United States (western Texas to southern California), and migrating in winter to north-central Mexico and Baja California Sur. There is also a non-migratory population in central Mexico. If you are in the southwestern U.S., traversing rough, stony terrain with shrub thickets so dense they are a challenge to walk through, you are in the realm of the Black-chinned Sparrow. This remote, rugged [More]
Varied Thrushes on Johnson Creek.
Rufous Hummingbird ( Male ) – Best viewed at 720p resolution
Flock of Red Crossbills (Type 3) were feeding at eye level, for a change, in Douglas Fir.
Violet-green Swallows (Tachycineta thalassina) are searching for a perfect place to nest. They nested in this very tree last year and by the end of my observation, they were bringing in nesting material and will nest in this tree again this year.
Here’s a new video I put together from a bunch of footage shot yesterday using the DJI Phantom quad-copter in “SOB Canyon,” between Sycamore Canyon and Tapco.  It’s a great way to get video from anywhere in the airspace! Doug Von Gausig Executive Director Verde River Institute Published on Jan 20, 2014 Aerial video of the stretch of the Verde River in central Arizona between its confluence with Sycamore Creek and Tapco RAP, near Clarkdale. Music by the Moody Blues (“In My World”). This stretch runs through a basalt canyon, locally called “SOB Canyon”, one of the most pristine and [More]
This video shows a large number of Canada (White-cheeked) Geese with possibly a variety of ducks landing at Sharp Point Pond located in Fort Collins, CO.
A pair of these wonderful birds have recently been hunting at Lake Claremont, where they appear to find plenty of mice. One can see the blood from a recent meal on this fellow’s toes. Competing with the wind noise, one can hear the calls of Magpie-larks and Red Wattlebirds. Taken with my Panasonic GF1 coupled to the Swarovski ATS65HD.
A jackrabbit can run up to 40 miles per hour, but it’s no match for the golden eagle, which can dive at speeds up to 150 miles per hour.
No comments with this vide.  However, it is very popular on YouTube and demonstrates that birds can have fun!
Bong State Recreational Area Kenosha County, WI 13 November 2010 Seven adults and five first year birds.