Massive Bird Migration Movement December 9, 2013 on DeTect's AHAS Bird Radar System

Massive Bird Migration Movement December 9, 2013 on DeTect's AHAS Bird Radar System

The US Air Force Avian Hazard Advisory System (AHAS, www.usahas.com), developed and operated by DeTect, captured a massive bird migration movement December 9th on the US National Service Next Generation Radar (NEXRAD) radar. According to DeTect's radar ornithologists, the birds tracked were likely Tundra swans or Eared grebes or a combination of both and can be seen as video in time lapse, processed NEXRAD radar images moving southwards off the marshes of the Great Salt lake in Utah.

Anaconda Enters Chicken Coup to Feed, Catches 2 Birds at Same Time

Anaconda Enters Chicken Coup to Feed, Catches 2 Birds at Same Time

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Bird attack big Snake - Snake vs Bird Saving animal from king cobra snake

Bird attack big Snake - Snake vs Bird  Saving animal from king cobra snake

Bird attack big Snake - Snake vs Bird Saving animal from king cobra Brave Man Catch big Snake in chicken coop Music: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

Brave Woodpecker vs Snake!!!

Brave Woodpecker vs  Snake!!!

Brave wood pecker attacks a snake that was eating its eggs.

Cartoon | Gazoon - Snake Charming | Funny Cartoons For Children | HooplaKidz TV

Cartoon | Gazoon - Snake Charming | Funny Cartoons For Children | HooplaKidz TV

Cartoon Show for Children showcasing the Gazoon family with an elephant, serpent, ostrich and many more friends. Click to watch more Gazoon episodes: https://goo.gl/aUrBMx Subscribe at: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Hooplakidztv Visit our channel for more nursery rhymes: http://www.youtube.com/hooplakidztv Thank You for watching, thank you for your shares, comments and likes!!

Unbelievable Mantis Vs Grass Snake | Unequal Battle Among Reptiles.

Unbelievable Mantis Vs Grass Snake | Unequal Battle Among Reptiles.

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GIANT BAT CAPTURED, WHAT IS IT?

GIANT BAT CAPTURED, WHAT IS IT?

Giant Bat Captured. A gargantuan bat appears to have been caught by military personnel in the Philippines. If real, this is probably some species of megabat, referred to as a flying fox. These bats can have wingspans close to 6 feet wide. Footage: 1. Bats Flying: sanikopenocka http://goo.gl/LnjbMR 2. Upside Down with Baby: Vlic http://goo.gl/tS8EYx 3. Two Bats Outstretched Wings: Raul654 http://goo.gl/CvN2bu 4. Many Bats Hanging in Tree: Greg Schechter http://goo.gl/00SJPw Photos: 1. Giant Bat Captured: Unknown 2. Golden-Crowned Flying fox: Gregg Yan 3. Malaysian Flying Fox: Marc Witzel 4. Flying Bat: Yusuf IJsseldijk Music: Intro: Brett Donnelly - Action Sting http://goo.gl/v7gaV Soundtrack: Kevin MacLeod -- Our Story Begins + At Rest (incompetech.com) Sound Effects: http://www.freesfx.co.uk

Amazing Capuchin Monkey Save Mouse When Snake Swallow

Amazing Capuchin Monkey Save Mouse When Snake Swallow

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AVES EM GUERRA - SERPENTÁRIO vs COBRA, ÁGUIA, COELHO

AVES EM GUERRA - SERPENTÁRIO vs COBRA, ÁGUIA, COELHO

AVES EM GUERRA - SERPENTÁRIO vs COBRA, ÁGUIA, COELHO Se inscreva no Canal para mais Vídeos. Inscrever-se: http://goo.gl/dgnLG8 Deixe seu Gostei. Obrigado! O secretário ou Serpentário ( Sagittarius serpentarius ) é uma ave de rapina diurna , a única espécie da família Sagittariidae . Seu nome é tradicionalmente devido à plumagem da cabeça, que faz lembrar as penas usadas antigamente para escrever, mas é uma má tradução do árabe Saqr-et-Taira que significa ave caçadora. O secretário habita em todas as regiões da África ao sul do Saara , exceto zonas de vegetação densa. Seu habitat preferencial é a savana , sendo também comum em áreas semidesérticas ou com vegetação escassa. O secretário é uma ave de grande porte, aproximando-se dos 1,5 m de altura e cerca de 5 metros de envergadura. As fêmeas são ligeiramente menores que os machos, mas a espécie não apresenta um dimorfismo sexual significativo. A plumagem é acinzentada, com a cauda, ponta das asas e coxas negras. A cabeça é pequena, com caras alaranjado, e termina em um bico curto e encurvado típico das aves de rapina. Na parte de trás da cabeça o secretário apresenta uma crista característica de penas pretas. As patas do secretário são muito longas e terminam em garras afiadas. O secretário vive habitualmente em casal, às vezes em grupos de 3 a 4 aves. Esta ave localiza principalmente na terra, andando a cerca de 3 km / h , mas é uma excelente voadora que prefere planar nas correntes de ar ascendentes como os abutres . Sua alimentação é principalmente à base de serpentes , podendo também consumir roedores e anfíbios . O secretário mata as presas com pinos, menos frequentemente costuma fazer isso com o bico, que usa apenas para dominar animais de pequeno porte. A época de reprodução vai, dependendo da sua distribuição geográfica, desde agosto a dezembro. O casal constrói um ninho tipo plataforma, pretocon cerca de 1,5 m de diâmetro, no topo de árvores ou arbustos altos. A construção é geralmente reaproveitada pelo casal de ano para ano. Cada entrada contém uma média dois ovos alongados, de cor acinzentada azulada, que são incubados Pela fêmea durante 40-46 dias. Durante este período, a fêmea não abandona o ninho e é alimentada pelo seu parceiro. Os filhotes permanecem no ninho durante cerca de dois meses e são cuidadas pelos dois pais. Aos três meses já são independentes. O secretário não se encontra em perigo de extinção porém não é muito comum encontrá-los devido em grande parte à sua baixa densidade populacional. Os fósseis mais antigos desta ave foram encontrados em França , em formações geológicas do Mioceno. Canal: http://goo.gl/lAJMdr Novo twitter: http://goo.gl/WAw080

Bird Trap - How To Make Spring Net Bird Trap That Works 100%

Bird Trap - How To Make Spring Net Bird Trap That Works 100%

Bird Trap Homemade: This tutorial Shows how to make a spring net trap for bird at home. This is an amazing trap works great for small to large birds. The trap is capable of catching a large number of birds species and even multi birds at a time. Sparrow trap How to catch a bird trap How To Get A Bird

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