Sometimes when I have the time, I wander about on Youtube seeing what is out there; what people are seeing, what they are experiencing in our beautiful world, and what moves them. Instead of saying too much today, I thought I would just share a few videos that I have come across that made my mouth water… enjoy!
BirdingBlogs.com blogger – Alex Vargas – has a youtube channel that is always worth a visit. It was hard to only choose one video to share here, so go ahead and explore his channel for yourself: http://www.youtube.com/user/gatotico/videos
Tropical Birding guide Sam Woods also has a crazy channel with tons of mouth-watering videos. I absolutely love wild cats, and this video (and his description) of a Clouded Leopard encounter just made my mouth water:
If you are in to raptors then you are going to have to put Batumi on your list of places to which to pilgrimage in this lifetime:
I promise that a Hooded Visorbearer is a bird. It even has a proper latin name (Augastes lumachella). Diego Calderon’s video of this fantastic hummingbird will help put a face to that crazy name:
This video of a Spoonbilled Sandpiper by phonescoper will make pretty much any wader lover (or birder) cry:
Hope you enjoyed them!
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