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Uploaded on May 11, 2011 Camera: Sony (ソニー) Cyber-shot DSC HX5V B (broken) Tripod: Sony VCT 60AV Format: Movie MOV; AVCHD-MP4; 16:9; 1440p x 1080p; Audiocodec AAC; Videocodec H264 Date: May 9th, 2011 Description: The Dresden Zoo after 150 years. http://www.zoo-dresden.de/de/Deutsch_… Playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?p=PL3… Category Travel & Events License Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed)
This unusual bird was drinking with a small flock of Inca Doves at a point in the Santa Cruz River just north of Santa Gertrudis Lane.
Singing mostly its alternate song.
Bonte strandloper (Dunlin / Calidris alpina) @ Maatheide (Lommel), Belgium (01/08/’12) Canon 7D + Sigma 150-500 Filmed by Pieter Cox www.PieterCox.be
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A Black and White Warbler by The Lake in Central Park. A musical accompaniment added to soften the surrounding sounds and enhance the view of this delightful bird. New York City, April 2013.
A common loon mother and her six day old chick interact on the Rideau River system in Eastern Ontario, Canada. Watch wing stretches, dives, piggy backs, and hear the haunting loon call. Filmed July 3, 2013 For more nature videos and images, feel free to check out: www.JustinHoffmanOutdoors.com
Take a close-up look at a burrow in Washington state that is home to 12 successfully reared owlets. The burrowing owlets run for cover and the parents stand watch as predator soars overhead. Video Credit: Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
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San Luis Obispo County Ca – Turri Road. On the north side of the road cattle roam over thousands of acres of golden grasslands. On the south side of Turri Road is a meandering creek, clumps of willows, and a field of flowering peas. Photos of adult Lazuli Bunting, Blue Grosbeak, Cassin’s Kingbird (About half way through the video) by Maggie Smith.
Yellow-breasted Chat Singing.
This Lewis’s Woodpecker was seen in Goleta, California harvesting acorns that Acorn Woodpeckers had placed previously. Such a pretty bird.
Pinyon Jays wintered in the northern Mt Laguna and Cuyamaca area of San Diego County from late fall 2011 through early spring 2012. Pinyon Jays are rare in San Diego County. I took these videos, recordings, and most of the pictures in March 2012 at Cuyamaca State Park. The flight pictures I took when I first discovered them in the northern Mt Laguna area near mile marker 28 on the Sunrise Hwy. At least 200 Pinyon Jays were at this location.
Common Gallinule (Gallinula galeata) – By: Mark H. Vance – Be sure to check out all of Mark’s bird videos at http://www.youtube.com/markinsrq5 Please subscribe if you like birds, many more great videos to come! Thanks
I took these video snippets of several Costa’s hummingbirds for several days around 1-05-2011 in an RV park near Palm Springs, CA. There may be an immature male and a female in here, along with 1 or more mature males.
Vesper sparrow at Andrew Molera, Bluff trail 10/29/11.
This Baltimore Oriole has been hanging out in my yard early in the morning for breakfast. They are very elusive. If you venture into the yard they disappear quickly. I have seen the female eating my grapes, figs and strangely they seem to like the base of the trumpet flower that they tear off the flower to get at. Perhaps there is nectar at the inside base of the trumpet flower?
Pyrrhuloxia almost lets himself be pet, and then, if he doesn’t get a hand full of bird seed, look out, you get pecked. The peck was more of an affectionate one, however. This is the 3rd part of this series as the Pyrrhuloxia bird becomes more tame, at his own pace. Terlingua, Texas, in Big Bend, this is the Desert Cardinal.
Pyrrhuloxia, part 2, peers through window and asks to be fed, then eats from hand.
Pyrrhuloxia demands breakfast and then eats from hand-held dish. Part 1 of3 videos. The Pyrrhuloxia is a Desert Cardinal that is common in the Big Bend. This male pyrrhuloxia is in Terlingua Texas, close to the Big Bend National Park border.