This 24 June 2019 video from the USA says about itself:
LIVE with Raptors in West Yellowstone | Yellowstone Live
Meet an owl named Acadia and see bald eagles in action LIVE from West Yellowstone, Montana. Naturalist Leanne Schuh from the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center and National Geographic Explorer Rae Wynn Grant are here to take your questions!
This 18 June 2019 video shows a young kestrel at a window. It looks whether it is welcome in the living room. That bird fledged recently, along with its three siblings.
Elsbeth Waaijer in the Netherlands made this video.
This 23 May 2019 video shows a mating marsh harrier couple.
Pieter Torn in the Netherlands made this video.
This 29 December 2018 video from North America says about itself:
How to ID Cooper’s and Sharp-shinned Hawks: NARRATED
Telling the difference between a Cooper’s and a Sharpie is the most challenging distinction North American birders face. Thank you to Jean Swanson for lending me her footage of a Sharpie squeezing a Robin to death and to California Wildlife for his footage of a Cooper’s eating prey.
From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA, March 2019:
Have you ever seen a Cooper’s Hawk or Sharp-shinned Hawk on a city street? These agile raptors traditionally hunted songbirds in woodlands—but in the last 30 years they’ve become common in suburban and even urban areas. A recent study in the Chicago area suggests these birds benefit from people and the bird feeders they put out, especially outside the breeding season. See the full story.
Worried About a Hawk Hunting in Your Yard? Here’s what to do.
This 22 November 2018 shows a female sparrowhawk bathing.
Martin in de Wal made this video from a hide near Espelo in Overijssel province in the Netherlands.
This video is called PEREGRINE FALCON, THE FASTEST BIRD IN THE WORLD.
50 years ago, DDT pushed peregrine falcons to the edge of extinction: here.
This video is about northern goshawks and their sounds.