United States Fourth of July and birds

This 2012 video from the USA is called The American Bittern.

From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA:

Celebrate July 4th with Our All-“American” Slideshow

There are 19 bird species in the U.S. and Canada that have “American” in their common name. We took a deep dive into our Macaulay Library and Birdshare archives to create this beautiful slideshow that features every single one. Happy 4th of July!

Oh, Canada? In honor of Canada Day (July 1), let’s take a moment to celebrate news that the Gray Jay has been officially renamed the Canada Jay. (eBird and All About Birds will update to the new name in August.)

2 thoughts on “United States Fourth of July and birds

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