Nuthatch, bluebirds at Georgia, USA osprey nest


This video from the USA says about itself:

White-breasted Nuthatch Perches For A Close Up – Aug. 20, 2019

This White-breasted Nuthatch stays perched in the tangled branches of the Osprey nest in Savannah, Georgia. These compact passerines get their common name from their habit of jamming large nuts and acorns into tree bark, then whacking them with their sharp bill to “hatch” out the seed from the inside.

Two camera views are available—one PTZ camera and a fixed cam. Mouse over the playhead and click on the little camera with the arrows inside it, then select the camera you’d like to view.

Watch live at www.allaboutbirds.org/savannahospreys.

This video from the USA says about itself:

Eastern Bluebirds Scale Branch Near Savannah Nest – Aug. 20, 2019

Two juvenile male Eastern Bluebirds investigate the broken branch next to the Savannah Osprey nest. Notice the spotting on the backs and chests of these blue-backed explorers? It’s a sure-fire clue that you’ve found yourself a young bluebird!

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Great blue heron in Georgia, USA


This video from Georgia in the USA says about itself:

Great Blue Heron Perches In Saltmarshes Of Savannah – Aug. 14, 2019

The Savannah Osprey cam spotted this long-necked heron perched in the salty marshlands surrounding the nest. Great Blue Herons are tall, patient birds that hunt in both fresh and saltwater habitats, where they stalk fish, small mammals, and just about anything else that might fit down their gullet.

Brown-headed nuthatches at United States osprey nest


This 8 August 2019 video from Georgia in the USA says about itself:

Brown-headed Nuthatches Make Noisy Appearance In Savannah – Aug. 8, 2019

Turn up your volume and listen to these rubber ducky soundalikes at the Savannah Osprey nest. Brown-headed Nuthatches are social birds that travel in noisy family groups. They can be found year-round in southeastern pine forests, where they scour tree trunks, branches, twigs, and pine needle clusters for tasty spiders and insects.

Immigrants keep dying in Trump’s ICE prisons


This 30 July 2019 video from the USA says about itself:

Four Immigrants Have Died at Stewart ICE Facility in Georgia. Advocates Want It Shut Down

A 44-year-old immigrant from Mexico died last week at Stewart Detention Center, one of the largest immigration jails in the United States and one that has been plagued by allegations of neglect and abuse for years. Pedro Arriago-Santoya was the fourth person to die at Stewart in just two years and the seventh person to die while in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement since October. An immigration judge had ordered Arriago-Santoya be deported in June. Instead, he was transferred to Stewart on July 10 as his removal proceedings continued. Two weeks later he was pronounced dead at a Georgia hospital. He had complained of abdominal pain and later went into cardiac arrest.

Between May 2017 and July 2018, three immigrants died while detained at Stewart—a private immigration jail owned by the megacorporation CoreCivic. We speak with Azadeh Shahshahani, legal and advocacy director at Project South and the former president of the National Lawyers Guild.

American osprey baby, video


This 13 April 2019 video from the USA says about itself:

Close-up Look at Newly Hatched Osprey Nestling! Savannah Ospreys | Cornell Lab

Three camera views are available—two PTZ cameras and a fixed cam. Mouse over the playhead and click on the little camera with the arrows inside it, then select the camera you’d like to view.

Watch live at www.allaboutbirds.org/savannahospreys

During the Fall of 2014, a pair of Great Horned Owls began frequenting this recently abandoned Bald Eagle nest adjacent to a protected, nutrient-rich salt marsh along the Georgia coast. The nest sits nearly 80′ above one of the six Audubon International Certified golf courses at The Landings, on Skidaway Island, near Savannah, Georgia.

Over the course of 2015 and 2016, a pair of owls successfully fledged four owlets from the site, but they did not return to breed in 2017. Instead, a pair of Ospreys began renovating the nest and committed to breeding in the same site for 2017.

Female Red-bellied Woodpecker in Georgia, USA


This video from the USA says about itself:

Female Red-bellied Woodpecker Vocalizes and Preens During Savannah Pit Stop – Nov. 19, 2018

Take in the zen of Skidaway Island, Georgia as a female Red-bellied Woodpecker spends the morning peacefully preening herself. When they’re not busy with feather care, these woodpeckers can be found hitching along branches and trunks of medium to large trees, picking at the bark surface.

Watch live at www.allaboutbirds.org/savannahospreys.