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A Pileated Woodpecker defends her nest from a snake.
I believe this is what people call twitching!
A lot of hard work and perseverance is required when building some types of nests. Through a series of photos, watch two birds create their dream home!
Dominik Mosur and Josiah Clark try to beat the record of 149 species seen or heard within the San Francisco city limits.
Ken Attwood created another great birding video.
Alek Komarnitsky from Boulder, Colorado took some amazing photos of a Rufous Hummingbird nest.
An almost completely white Lesser Redpoll was caught by the Sorby Breck Ringing Group in Sheffield on Sunday, November 14th.
A bride and groom released a rehabilitated Bald Eagle on their wedding day as a symbol of their love and their love of the outdoors.
The Bird Treatment and Learning Center of Anchorage, Alaska released their last three eagles for the year over this past weekend on Saturday, October 2nd.
Recently I was in Monroe, Washington for an event called Swift Night Out. It’s held every year on the second Saturday in September where hundreds of people gather to watch the Vaux’s Swifts.
This weekend hundreds of people gather in Monroe, Washington to see thousands of Vaux’s Swifts descend into the chimney of an elementary school.
Here’s a video of a group of owls hanging out at the local watering hole!
A rehabilitated Bald Eagle is doing great with his second chance at life!
Greg Page was able to locate and take photos of a beautiful leucistic Pileated Woodpecker that had been seen at a park in Houston, Texas.