1. Springtime Ring-Necked Pheasant


    from Jean Matusik / Added

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    This male ring-necked pheasant arrived in early Spring and would feed during the Spring rains. When he didn't find any female companionship, he went across the road to a neighbor's farm. 21st. Century Pups Productions uses Premier Pro NLE and Cinescore royality free music.

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    • If you donʻt like it, what makes you think they do?


      from Hawaii DLNR / Added

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      ROAR Hawaii is a collection of information on Native Hawaiian ocean related practices and resources with the purpose of encouraging understanding and appreciation of our ocean through research, education, and culture. For more information on responsible viewing of wildlife visit www.ROARhawaii.org

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      • Pushy Bear


        from Jean Matusik / Added

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        Pushy bear is a Kodiak brown bear. This boar bear walks along a beach to a stream, where he fishes for silver salmon. Upon catching the fish, he eats them in front of us. He attempts to steal another boar bears fish, unsuccessfully. When he wants his nap, he tries to use the location where we are filming him. The bear viewing guide intervenes! Enjoy!

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        • Take a Closer Look 12 minute version


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          Download friendly version - this is a shorter, smaller file of the Take a Closer Look bear identification video. The quizes have been cut, leaving the 12 minute video that focuses on determining the age and gender of grizzly or brown bears.

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          • Banditto Raccoon


            from Jean Matusik / Added

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            In late May, the deer have their fawns, so we put out a corn/mineral block to help the does get their minerals. This neighborhood raccoon found the block first. The little bandit ate his fill, then walked off into the woods.

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            • Crystals in the wind - snowshoeing


              from Celes Davar / Added

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              Canada is known for its wild national parks. What many people do not realize is that they are open all year long. And, winter is probably one of the best times of the year to take a guided adventure outing into the park. Why? Three reasons: Very few other people are here; you are more likely to see wildlife; and you get to do things that are truly unique. Riding Mountain National Park in southern Manitoba is an excellent location for snowshoeing, winter photography, and wildlife viewing including moose, bison, owls, and grouse. However, it is the snow itself which offers a study in ecology - how it insulates, how it moves, and how it is important to northern eco-systems. Earth Rhythms (www.earthrhythms.ca) takes small groups out into the national park to experience snowshoeing, in safe and easy ways.

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              • Princely Conflict


                from Jean Matusik / Added

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                After sunset, we watched these yearling white-tailed bucks (Odocoileus virginianus virginianus) practice their "technique". Next year this practice will be for real to win the hearts of their ladies!

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                • Dueling Ducks


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                  This pond is nestled between a park and an interstate highway in north central Pennsylvania, USA. The pond serves as a stop-over point for migating birds in the Fall and Spring. There were two drake mallards fighting in and around the pond, while the other ducks watched.

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                  • Wild Turkey Strut


                    from Jean Matusik / Added

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                    In the Springtime in Pennsylvania, USA, the male wild turkey's (Meleagris gallopano) interests turn to love. They strut their stuff to impress the ladies! These hens weren't too interested; but, that didn't deter this gobbler from displaying!

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                    • Amos Bunengo, Bwindi bird guide


                      from Denise and Marc Dragiewicz / Added

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                      I went birding for several days with Amos. He was very skilled, knew where to look for specific birds, knew every call we heard, and was very affordable. He is local so he is an expert on the area. He was great at finding the local rare endemics. He also showed me chimpanzees which are rare in Bwindi. I would recommend his services. Email him at: amosbunengobirder@gmail.com

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