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The kids should see this… | Bird video collection

July 24, 2020
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Smart videos for kids of all ages.

Screen shot of part of page two.

The website is: https://thekidshouldseethis.com/tagged/birds
246 videos about birds. It boggles the mind.

I’ll mention only two videos and supply YouTube links to them because there are two-hundred-and-forty-six videos on this site! You can click the videos below, but we suggest you go direct to “The Kids…” website, as you can watch all 246 videos from there and also read about them. There also other categories of video collections: Science, Tech, Space, Nature, Animals, Food, Music, History, Art, Animation, Do It Yourself.

Really, it boggles the mind.  Thanks to Lillian for the link.
[Chuck Almdale]

Gannet life in Newfoundland, Canada
Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada Cape St Mary’s Ecological Reserve is home to one of only six gannet colonies in North America. This video provides an overview of Northern Gannet behavioral ecology throughout the breeding season and highlights the importance of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Ecological Reserves to the conservation of the species. Time: 9:08

A blue-and-white flycatcher bathes in a Japanese bird bath
“Vigorous bathing of young male Blue-and-White Flycatcher” Today’s Cute Kawaii Visitors. Time: 14:01

If no film or link appears in this email, go to the blog to view it by clicking on the blog title above. If the film stops & starts in an annoying manner, press pause (lower left double bars ||) to let it buffer and get ahead of you.   [Chuck Almdale]

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