Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Bird videos galore at National Geographic

Ready to spend some quality time with your computer and birds from around the world? Settle in for a wonderful session with the Birds section of National Geographic's animal videos. You'll find different groups and multiple videos within each group. For instance, the Birds of Prey menu offers 20 videos including California Condors in Arizona and Bat Falcons in Guatemala (be prepared to see a bat consumed).

Want to chuckle? Watch the "Flying Devils" video of Striated Caracaras destroying the NatGeo videographers' campsite -- and then two adult STCAs show dominance over some juveniles. Whoa.


The selection includes Ground Birds (three), Parrots and Hummingbirds (five), Penguins (five), Perching Birds (nine), Seabirds (12), Waders and Waterfowl (17) and Woodpeckers (three).

Striated Caracara courtesy of Wikipedia/Mila Zinkova

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1 Comments:

Blogger OpposableChums said...

That "Fying Devils" video is hilarious. Thanks.

January 27, 2010 9:07 AM  

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