This video was shot on our Nikon Coolpix 5100 so the quality isn’t that great but it is of Jeff Corwin discussing crocidilians and a group of kids holding an American Alligator! Jeff Corwin Shows us the American Alligator from birdfreak on Vimeo.
When it rains it pours and when it pours, American Robins are happy. This was a couple weeks ago when the rain turned our yard into a lake. American Robin – CNP from birdfreak on Vimeo.
Common Loon at Rock Cut State Park (with camera shutters and a lot of wind & rain in the background) Common Loon from birdfreak on Vimeo.
This Song Sparrow was belting out his wonderful song when he flew to a new perch to try out a different variation. Song Sparrow – Variable Songs from birdfreak on Vimeo.
Video starring a Yellow-bellied Sapsucker This video was shot in our backyard nature preserve. It is over 2 minutes long but shows a Yellow-bellied Sapsucker drilling holes and drinking out of them in our birch tree. Enjoy and please share with others! Yellow-bellied Sapsucker from birdfreak on Vimeo. Background noise includes: Dark-eyed Junco, House Sparrow,
This pair of Sandhill Cranes was WAY off in a field but after Dakota spotted them we discovered they were doing their pair-bonding dance. Background sounds include the car, camera shutter, Red-winged Blackbirds and Eastern Meadowlarks. Sandhill Crane Dance from birdfreak on Vimeo. If for some reason the video doesn’t work, please let us know
It is time once again to hype up the awesome Internet Bird Collection (IBC)! They now have 3590 species and 14118 videos! Amazing! When we posted about the IBC back in January, they had 12,000 videos covering 3,259 species. This is such a fun way to review migratory birds before they arrive. There are quite
This video was taken by Jennie (Veery) and we are unsure of what it is. Unfortunately, Google messed up the footage a bit, but the sound is there. Let us know what you think! (Video taken in northern Illinois, April 5th) UPDATE: The video is not the greatest quality, but the song playing at the