Black-tailed and bar-tailed godwits


This video from Britain says about itself:

BTO Bird ID – godwits

17 August 2016

Godwits are large, elegant waders and relatively common in the right habitats at certain times of year. The two commonly encountered species, Black-tailed and Bar-tailed Godwit, should be reasonably straightforward to separate, although their eponymous tail markings may not always be the easiest feature to use! Some birds such as juveniles or out of context lone birds can prove more problematic, however, and this workshop will help you to confidently identify both species.

Underwater wildlife in Britain


This video from Britain says about itself:

Explore a watery world with pond dipping

21 July 2016

Summer is a great time to go exploring, and whether you’re by the sea, a pond or any other water, it’s also a great time to learn more about underwater nature first hand.

Racist massacre in Charleston, USA remembered


Before there was British murderer Thomas Mair who supported the South African apartheid regime, there was the South Carolina, USA supporter of South African apartheid and mass murderer Dylann Roof. This video from the USA says about itself:

NAACP President Dot Scott On The Charleston Church Shooting

19 June 2016

TYT Reporter Jordan Chariton spoke with the President of the NAACP Dot Scott about the tragic events in Charleston one year ago. John Iadarola (ThinkTank), Jimmy Dore, Wes Clark Jr., and Michael Wood Jr., hosts of The Young Turks, break it down.

British extremists ranked alongside racist killers in shocking dossier of anti-Muslim activists. Former BNP chief Jim Dowson, racist groups the English and Scottish Defence Leagues and right-wing party Britain First have all been named and shamed: here.

Yellow and gray wagtails in Britain


This video from Britain says about itself:

BTO Bird ID – Yellow-coloured wagtails

17 June 2016

When is a yellow wagtail not a Yellow Wagtail? These bright-coloured summer visitors are declining across much of their range and a frequent mistake is believing that any wagtail showing yellow in its plumage is this species. This video will help you separate individuals from the more widespread resident Grey Wagtail – which despite the name always shows yellow! – and even juvenile Pied Wagtails.