Found this video regarding the Lyrebird who can imitate not only other bird calls to attract mates but any sound it hears in the forest including a camera shutter and loggers. A wow of a repertoire!
If you live in New York City or are planning on visiting, you may want to check out Birding Bob who offers bird watching tours of Central Park. Central Park has a range of different birds from sparrows to ducks and you may even spot an owl or a hawk along the way.
What could be better than getting a bit of fresh air, in a park and learn something or see something new?
There are 220 species of birds around Israel from endangered vultures to eagle and songbirds. Enjoy the video and read the full article at this link:
Who knew there were so many cats in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC?
This is an inspiring video of rescued tigers swim for the first time in their new sanctuary.
A beautiful and informative video:
He’s never gonna stop talking about this. The kākāpō, a flightless, nocturnal parrot, has been named New Zealand’s Bird of the Year in its annual online competition. It’s the first bird in the contest’s 15-year history to win twice, beloved as the heaviest and longest-lived parrot species on Earth. The competition was marred by vote rigging in favor of the little spotted kiwi, but authorities spotted the fraud and disqualified the suspect votes. While the win doesn’t carry a cash prize, it’s hoped it will raise awareness and affection for the critically endangered bright green birds.
From African elephant watering holes to American National parks, enjoy these wonderful live cams and get back to nature at a safe distance. Explore.org offers wonderful experiences.
Great Gray Owls at Jim’s PlaceMission Valley, Montana, USA