Raven, woodpecker in Canada


This video from Canada says about itself:

6 December 2016

Sit back and enjoy, because this Common Raven is about to showcase its vocal array on the Ontario FeederWatch Cam! Scientists have placed ravens‘ vocalization into as many as 33 different categories based on sound and context. Listen here for a sample that finishes with the classic throaty Cr-r-uck!

Thanks to Perky-Pet for helping to make the Ontario FeederWatch Cam possible!

The FeederWatch cam is located in a residential neighborhood in Manitouwadge, Ontario.

This video from Canada is called Hairy Woodpecker – Ontario – Dec. 6, 2016.

Blue and gray jays in Canada


This video from Canada says about itself:

5 December 2016

Gray Jays visit the Ontario FeederWatch Cam. One seems particularly interested in the goods inside the lady bug feeder.

Thanks to Perky-Pet for helping to make the Ontario FeederWatch Cam possible!

The FeederWatch cam is located in a residential neighborhood in Manitouwadge, Ontario.

This video from Canada says about itself:

Blue and Gray Jays Swap Time at the Feeders – Dec. 5, 2016

These two species of corvids take their turns swapping time at the Ontario FeederWatch feeders.

Thanks to Perky-Pet for helping to make the Ontario FeederWatch Cam possible!

The FeederWatch cam is located in a residential neighborhood in Manitouwadge, Ontario.

Canadian gray jays at feeders


This video from Canada says about itself:

Trio of Gray Jays Investigate the Feeder Options in Ontario – Dec. 1, 2016

And one more makes three! Watch as this group of Gray Jays peruse the options at the Ontario FeederWatch Cam feeders.

Thanks to Perky-Pet for helping to make the Ontario FeederWatch Cam possible!

The FeederWatch cam is located in a residential neighborhood in Manitouwadge, Ontario.

Grosbeaks feed in Canadian snow


This video from Canada says about itself:

1 December 2016

Pine and Evening Grosbeaks are often found at feeders offering sunflower seeds. These boreal birds bring a bright splash of color to the Ontario FeederWatch cam amidst a December snowfall.

Thanks to Perky-Pet for helping to make the Ontario FeederWatch Cam possible!

The FeederWatch cam is located in a residential neighborhood in Manitouwadge, Ontario.

Crow, raven at Canadian bird table


This video from Canada says about itself:

1 December 2016

It pays to be the big bird on campus! Listen closely as a Common Raven announces its presence to an American crow foraging on some suet. The raven quickly makes its way onto the platform to pick up the giant ball of suet in one fell swoop!

Thanks to Perky-Pet for helping to make the Ontario FeederWatch Cam possible!

The FeederWatch cam is located in a residential neighborhood in Manitouwadge, Ontario.

Grosbeaks, crows at Canadian feeders


This video from Canada says about itself:

28 November 2016

This morning we got a great look at the plumage variation exhibited in the male Pine Grosbeak. Here, two males with obvious differences in coloration stop by for visit the platform feeder on the Ontario FeederWatch Cam. Across their native range, most males display a bright carmine red on their head and body, but colors can range from deep brick red to yellow or orange red in some areas!

Thanks to Perky-Pet for helping to make the Ontario FeederWatch Cam possible!

The FeederWatch cam is located in a residential neighborhood in Manitouwadge, Ontario.

This video, from the same feeders in Canada, says about itself:

28 November 2016

[American] Crow Flies Off With Giant Ball Of Suet.

American crows videos


This video from Canada says about itself:

22 November 2016

Here, an American Crow alights on the Ontario FeederWatch Platform feeder to join another. The latecomer makes a rattle call immediately after arriving. While scientists aren’t sure of this call’s meaning, they speculate it may be a way that crows communicate between family members .

This video from Georgia in the USA says about itself:

American Crow Caws Above Savannah – Nov. 19, 2016

The familiar “caw” of the American Crow is a sound that is familiar to most of us that can be heard year-round. This is the most common call of the American Crow – a bird that has an impressive repertoire. It’s thought that these caws are used for long-distance communication between family members as well as territorial advertisement.