Bonte strandloper (Dunlin / Calidris alpina) @ Maatheide (Lommel), Belgium (01/08/’12) Canon 7D + Sigma 150-500 Filmed by Pieter Cox www.PieterCox.be
Published on May 31, 2013 Evening Grosbeak (Hesperiphona vespertina) in Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area, Quebec, Canada. On soundtrack, calls of American Tree Sparrow heard with those of grosbeaks.
Every fall thousands of tree swallows delight the residents of Cape may County.
Photographed at the Kellys Slough NWR, North Dakota (13 May 2010).
Wilson’s Snipe singing on territory in Wyoming.
Flock of Red Crossbills (Type 3) were feeding at eye level, for a change, in Douglas Fir.
These Hooded Mergansers were courting on the Louisa Division of Port Louisa National Wildlife Refuge in March. If you listen close you can hear the frog-like grrrrooooo call of the males during their head-throw displays.
Ducks Unlimited Chief Biologist Dale Humburg provides background info on the Northern Shoveler and what you should expect from the species this season.
This short film shows YOU how to create a haven for Hummingbirds that is sure to help bring those little guys to your backyard!
Uploaded on Aug 2, 2007 Each fall, a Portland, Oregon elementary school is home to the largest concentration of Vaux Swifts in North America. Watch the full story at http://www.opb.org/ofg Produced by Oregon Public Broadcasting, Oregon Field Guide is a weekly program exploring Oregon’s outdoor recreation, ecological issues, natural resources and travel destinations. Category Pets & Animals License Standard YouTube License
Least Sandpiper. Learn about the bird.
It’s a shame this bird is so rare these days, because they really are beautiful and impressive birds that give the impression of the (for bird standards) high intelligence that is attributed to them.
This short video will help YOU attract and keep these furry guys coming back to your feeders and yard!
Brown Pelicans are the plunge-divers. It is important for a juvenile to learn this foraging technique. As you will see this juvenile is quite skillful in using it.
Singing mostly its alternate song.
Published on May 23, 2012 At Far North Bicentennial Park, Anchorage, May 23, 2012
White-tailed Kite (Elanus leucurus) * Family: Accipitridae, * Genus: Elanus, * Species: E. leucurus, * Class: Aves, * Order: Accipitriformes, * Type: Bird, * Diet: Carnivore, * Average lifespan in the wild: Up to 8 to 10 years. * Size: 14 – 17 inches (3-foot wingspan), * Weight: 9 – 10 1/2 ounces. ** The White-tailed Kite (Elanus leucurus) is an elanid kite found in western North America and parts of South America.
Avocets filmed at several locations in Alberta with their young chicks. The changes in the chicks over the 10 or so days i observed them are noticeable not just in size but colour.
Royal Flycatcher, Vermillion Flycatcher, Least Flycatcher, Greater Pewee, Olive-Sided Flycatcher, Fork-Tailed Flycatcher, Tropical Kingbird, Social Flycatcher, Great Kiskadee, White-Collared Manakin, Red-Capped Manakin, Masked Tityra, Ridgways Rough-Winged Swallow, Mangrove Swallow