Young red-headed woodpecker visits owls’ nest in Georgia, USA

This video from the USA says about itself:

Juvenile Red-headed Woodpecker Stops in Savannah – Sept. 27, 2016

Notice the stocky medium-sized build and bold white patch on the secondary feathers that contrasts with the black of the wing and back? These identifiers provide a great chance to use size and shape along with color and pattern to identify this bird as a juvenile Red-headed Woodpecker!

This young woodpecker came to the same owls’ nest where a wood stork visited as well.

Golden plovers in the evening light

This September 2016 video shows golden plovers in the evening light. These birds have migrated from the Arctic to Zeeland province in the Netherlands.

Grey-headed bush shrike in South Africa

This video says about itself:

31 August 2016

Video, photos and audio of the Grey Headed Bush Shrike, Port Alfred, South Africa.

Help stop bird killing by windows

This video from the USA says about itself:

Help Stop Birds From Hitting Windows

24 September 2016

To learn about easy solutions to stop birds from hitting windows, visit here.


Butterfly feeding in Austria, video

This video is about a large wall brown butterfly feeding on nectar in the Pitztal valley in Austria.

Small crabs eating king ragworm

This 27 September 2016 video shows young shore crabs attacking, and eating, a king ragworm.

Ciska van Geer made this video during low tide off the Boschplaat on Terschelling island in the Netherlands.

Wood stork’s nightly visit to owls’ nest in Georgia, USA

This 25 September 2016 video from Georgia in the USA says about itself:

The infrared camera at the Savannah Great Horned Owl Cam caught this nighttime visit from a Wood Stork that was passing through the area. In this perspective, the stork looks more like a character from a horror movie than a common visitor to our Bird Cam!

This is the same owls’ nest where an osprey visited recently as well.