Raccoon at night in the USA


This video from the USA says about itself:

19 July 2016

Video for Cats to Watch – Raccoon at night in extreme close-up for cats, dogs and people that don’t go out in the backyard at night or have not experienced a wild mountain Raccoon. This is a great opportunity to introduce them to the most common wild mammal larger than cats and small dogs they are likely to encounter – and with bigger fangs and claws as well. This hungry fellow ruined my photo shoot plans for filming wild southern flying squirrels so I don’t want to waste his brilliant performance…….enjoy!

Northern flicker woodpeckers in nestbox in the USA


This video from the USA says about itself:

Northern Flicker Woodpeckers Feeding Babies

15 July 2016

The Northern Flicker nestlings are growing fast – one has left the nest box and two remain. Like the Red Bellied Woodpeckers, the Flicker kids are really big babies – spending almost a month in the nest box – and feeding them is not for the faint of heart!

White ibises in the USA


This video from the USA says about itself:

11 July 2016

A trio of White Ibises take an unlikely break from foraging for bugs in the ground on top of the security light. They are unusual and attractive birds and fairly common around parts of Florida, but they look a little uneasy on their unlikely perch.

Recording police, a crime in the USA?


This video says about itself:

Police Revenge on Those Who Film

14 July 2016

U.S. police continue to be acquitted even with video evidence. Yet those who film the killings are being harassed and some sent to jail.

Over 80 protesters were arrested at two different anti-police violence protests in Baltimore, Maryland, and Portland, Maine: here.

Chipping sparrow feeds fledglings in the USA


This video from the USA says about itself:

10 July 2016

Mother Chipping Sparrow is busy feeding seeds to two cute newly fledged babies. Chipping Sparrows are rather attractive sparrows in my opinion with their cute red cap and strong eye liner and generally pleasant outgoing nature around the yard. I find the best way to feed birds and enjoy their behavior is to simply throw the seed on the ground during the morning – just enough to last through one day.

Northern flicker preening in the USA


This video from the USA says about itself:

9 July 2016

Gorgeous Mother Northern Flicker is taking a break from feeding four babies in the nest box and doing some preening and general resting which is well deserved as baby woodpeckers spend almost a month in the nest after hatching before fledging. You can catch a glimpse of her stunning yellow feathers which is why these are technically called “Yellow Shafted Northern Flickers”.

Chestnut-sided warbler song in the USA


This video from the USA says about itself:

2 July 2016

Chestnut-Sided Warbler singing “see see see Ms Beecher” or (“please pleased pleased to meecha” depending on your ear) at 6 thousand feet in the Great Smokey Mountains in classic brush and scrub tree habitat. Like most Warblers these are very difficult bird to capture on video – always on the move.

I was privileged to see these birds wintering in Costa Rica.