Kingfisher and little grebe in England


This video from Frome in Somerset in England says about itself:

16 September 2016

This video shows a clip from The Simon King Wildlife Project of a resident kingfisher fishing. A little grebe also makes a guest appearance. The Live Camera link is here.

For Simon King’s other wildlife webcams, see here.

Cornwall garden birds in slow motion video


This video from Britain says about itself:

Video and Sounds for Cats and People to Watch and Listen To – Slow Motion Birds in The Gentle Rain in My Garden

Filmed in 2016

Video Produced by Paul Dinning – Wildlife in Cornwall

Including a male bullfinch, a goldfinch and others.

Thick-billed murres video


This video says about itself:

Thick-billed Murre

23 September 2016

Video by David O. Brown / Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

I was privileged to see a nesting colony of these mainly Arctic birds on Svalbard.

Beaver in Dutch Friesland video


This 17 September 2016 video shows a beaver in IJlst town in Friesland province in the Netherlands.

Dutch Voorne island birds video


This 22 September 2016 video is about birds at Spuimond nature reserve on Voorne island in the Netherlands.

Including a snipe bathing, a little egret looking for food, a kestrel on a traffic sign and many others.

Black-capped chickadee feeding, video


This video from the USA says about itself:

23 September 2016

Put some pork rind out just for fun – didn’t expect a black-capped chickadee to be the first to try it. Just a little slice of Backyard Bird life!

Texas hummingbird migration update


This video from the USA says about itself:

23 September 2016

This male Lucifer Hummingbird, curved bill and all, remains anchored to his feeder port despite all of the birds hovering around him. Did you know that some of the hummingbirds we see on cam have an average wingbeat frequency between 50-60 times per second when they’re hovering!? Their small size allows them to generate lift by using both backward and forward wing motions to “float” in the air and feed on nectar.

Watch live at http://AllAboutBirds.org/TexasHummers.

The West Texas Hummingbird Feeder Cam is nestled in the mountains outside Fort Davis, Texas, at an elevation of over 6200 feet. This site hosts a total of 24 Perky-Pet® Grand Master hummingbird feeders, and during peak migration can attract hundreds of hummingbirds from a dozen species that are migrating through the arid mountains.

For the past 10 years, researchers from West Texas Avian Research have been banding hummingbirds at this site and others throughout the Trans-Pecos region of Texas to study the status and distribution of hummingbirds throughout the poorly known region.