This video from the USA says about itself:
Brown Thrasher Poses For Cam In Savannah, Georgia – Aug. 27, 2021
Brown Thrashers are secretive, and hard to spot in their favorite spots under dense vegetation, but they can make a lot of noise as they rummage through the leaf litter. Here, the Savannah Osprey cam zooms in on a perching thrasher before it has a chance to depart from a branch.
This 24 August 2021 video from Britain is called Former British Soldier DESTROYS Official Afghanistan Narrative.
The full 55-minute interview with this veteran, Joe Glenton, is here.
This 2021 video from England says about itself:
This male Blyth’s Reed Warbler was discovered at Middleton Lakes RSPB reserve in Staffordshire on Friday 18th June.
It represents the first record for Staffordshire and the West Midlands Region.
The Blyth’s Reed Warbler appears to be expanding its range westwards across Europe with an increasing number of singing males reaching Britain.
The majority of the world population spend the winter in the Indian Subcontinent.
This year, for the first time ever, a Blyth’s reed warbler couple nested in the Netherlands. The young birds fledged from the Texel island nest,
This 8 August 1980 video from the USA says about itself:
Asian American History, Labor, Xenophobia & The Japanese American & Japanese Peruvian Internment
The history of racism against Asians and Asian Americans in the US goes back more than 150 years. This panel looks at part of this history including the internment of Japanese Americans and Japanese Peruvians in the US during the 2nd World War. It also looks at the denialism around the ‘Comfort Women’ and the history of China-bashing by the US.
As the pandemic drags on, Asian Americans are still being attacked.
This 28 July 2021 video says about itself:
Bird of Prey, the multi-award-winning feature-length documentary from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, weaves a remarkable story of the world’s rarest eagle species and the heroic individuals working tirelessly to save it. Since its release in 2018, Bird of Prey, has screened to countless audiences around the world and throughout the Philippines where the film has become an invaluable tool for raising awareness and support for conservation of the critically endangered Philippine Eagle.
To learn more about Philippine Eagles and how you can help support their conservation visit here.
This 29 July 2021 video says about itself:
The Island of the Last Surviving Mammoths
The Wrangel Island mammoths would end up being the final survivors of a once-widespread genus. In their final years, after having thrived in many parts of the world for millions of years, the very last mammoths that ever lived experienced what’s known as a mutational meltdown.
Produced by Complexly for PBS Digital Studios
This 31 July 2021 video says about itself:
What’s causing wildfires? | Inside Story
The last few months have seen a number of devastating weather events made worse by climate change.
Countries around the world are seeing unprecedented changes…
Last month, a small village in western Canada set that country’s highest record, with nearly 50 degrees Celsius.
Scientists say average temperatures are on the rise…
Wildfires seem to appear more often and more destructive.
And Europe has seen its worst floods in a generation…
So, what’s behind all this? –
And is climate change now a bigger worry than it’s ever been?
Presenter: Halla Mohieddeen
Crystal Raymond – Climate Adaptation Specialist at the University of Washington.
Mark Diesendorf – Honorary Associate Professor of Environmental Sciences at the University of New South Wales.
Cristiane Mazetti – Senior Forest Campaigner at Greenpeace Brazil.