A male Red-bellied Woodpecker glides in from the edge of the forest to grab a suet nugget
Filmed in the marshlands of Southern Denmark by Søren Solkær
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Anyone else never seen a snake drinking water before?
In 1987 the last Kauaʻi ʻōʻō was male, and his song was recorded for the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
I had no idea they could run so fast for so long
Just in case you’ve never seen a tiny hummingbird feeding its tiny babies before!
Flamingos feed by sucking in water and mud at the front of their bills, then pumping it out at the sides. Briny plates called ‘lamellae’ act like tiny filters, trapping shrimp and other small water creatures for the flamingos to eat
Crows (corvidae) are widely regarded as some of the smartest animals on the planet and this video is a perfect example of why
Like all members of the Corvidae family, ravens are extremely intelligent