Birds of Belize - Flycatchers, Manakins & Swallows Royal Flycatcher, Vermillion Flycatcher, Least Flycatcher, Greater Pewee, Olive-Sided Flycatcher, Fork-Tailed Flycatcher, Tropical Kingbird, Social Flycatcher, Great Kiskadee, White-Collared Manakin, Red-Capped Manakin, Masked Tityra, Ridgways Rough-Winged Swallow, Mangrove Swallow
Grey Headed Flycatcher Bird Grey Headed Flycatcher or Culicicapa ceylonensis is a cute little bird that comes under the canary group. For more information on this video click - Video by
Roy Harper - The Flycatcher, Live Audio: Royal Festival Hall 2001, Nick Harper on lead guitar.
Ash-throated Flycatcher @ Fresh Pond Delaware's first documented Ash-throated Flycatcher, found by Bruce Peterjohn & Ed Sigda at the Fresh Pond unit of Delaware Seashore State Park during the Rehoboth Christmas Bird Count, 29 Dec 2007. Video shot by Jeffrey A Gordon on 31 Dec 2007.
Cliff Flycatcher. Hirundinea ferruginea. URUGUAY
Nancy Today; Birds, Great crested flycatcher
Pied Flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca A pair of Pied Flycatchers carry nest materials into a specially made box.
Black Flycatcher Hawk - Bird inspired Eye Make Up The Old World flycatcher family Muscicapidae is a large family of small birds native to Africa. These are mainly small arboreal insectivores, many of which, as the name implies, take their prey on the wing. The appearance of these birds is very varied, but they mostly have weak songs and harsh calls. They are small to medium birds, ranging from 10 to 21 centimetres in length. Many species are a dull brown/black in colour, but the plumage of some can be much brighter, especially in the males. Most have broad, flattened, bill, suited to catching insects in flight, although the few ground foraging species typically have finer bills. Old World flycatchers live in almost every environment with a suitable supply of trees, from dense forest to open scrub, and even the montane woodland of the Himalayas. The more northerly species migrate south in winter, ensuring a continuous diet of insects. Depending on the species, their nests are either well-constructed cups placed in a tree or cliff ledge, or simply lining in a pre-existing tree hole. The hole-nesting species tend to lay larger clutches, with an average of eight eggs, rather than just two to five.
Paradise Flycatcher, Bird, Himalayan region, Terpsiphone paradisi, Fauna, Wildlife, Suresh Elamon For more information on this video click - Video by
Flycatcher training Fallen Flycatcher I rescued this summer. I work in a chain store and his nest was in the general warehouse (Milano), one hundered miles from our point-of-sale. Found while unloading the goods supplies from the truck. Now he is grown and free. Soundtracks credits are at the end of the video DON'T RESCUE FALLEN BIRDS IF YOU HAVE NO EXPERIENCE. I take this only because it was too far from the nest and I'm a member of LIPU (Italian Society for the Protection of Birds) If you are not experienced and find a fallen bird without plumes call a Birdlife Center or seek help from a Vet immediatly.
Curious Galápagos Flycatchers on Santiago Island The Galápagos flycatcher sometimes lands on photographers' cameras, mistaking its own reflection for other birds encroaching on its territory.
Color Transformation in the Vermillion Flycatcher in the City of Lima We ilustrate the color transformation of the Vermillion Flycatcher in the City of Lima Peru. The color transformation from the species' normal coloration to a melanistic color possibly resulted from environmental changes in the city of Lima Peru.
Scissor-tailed Flycatcher in Wanye County on 10/25/06 The Scissor-tailed Flycatcher was discovered on 10/24/09 by Doug Racine and it has been seen today by several tens of people, if not hundreds. People visited from Ithaca, Syracuse, Geneva, Rochester and Buffalo areas. Bird was actively flycatching and often we could see it chase an insect and some observed it feed on grasshoppers and crickets. Here is a short video of the bird in the morning around 9.12 am. The bird is keenly observing its surroundings in the video. It was also a great place to catch up with birders from around Upstate New York!
'The Flycatcher' (Roy Harper) From the album 'The unknown soldier' 1980 with Dave Gilmour, Kate Bush and others Acoustic cover.
Flycatcher fledgling Walking my dog around Lake Lanier here in Martinsville, Virginia, I noticed this baby Eastern kingbird. I was surprised it didn't fly away when I started walking towards it. None of my pictures were able to capture how cute the fledging looked when it opened it's mouth to peep, so I got the idea to film it. It was my first time using that feature on my Canon A2000 IS, which I bought at WalMart a few days earlier.I took some pictures, which are in focus better than the video. The pictures were precious, but the cheeps were even cuter!
Redstart & Pied Flycatcher Conservation Calderdale Bird Conservation Group cleaning out nest boxes that were erected at Hardcastle Crags to encourage breeding Redstart and Pied Flycatcher. Further info on bird watching and conservation in Calderdale at
Flycatcher by the Tornados Track from "Away from it all" album released August 1963. Composed by Brian Gregg, Heinz's successor. 8 tracks on the album are by Clem Cattini, George Bellamy, Roger LaVern, Alan Caddy and Heinz. 4 tracks feature Brian Gregg who replaced Heinz on bass guitar. Tornados photo on album sleeve l to r: George Bellamy, Clem Cattini (foreground), Roger LaVern, Brian Gregg, Alan Caddy. Formore information about the Tornados join their Facebook group at Tornados CDs can be obtained from Amazon. Recommended are "The Complete Tornados" double CD containing all 55 of their released tracks, and "Ridin' the Wind, the anthology" double CD, which excludes 2 released tracks (Telstar 75 and Red Rocket) but includes 11 previously unissued tracks. A series of five interviews with Clem Cattini and Roger LaVern can be viewed on YouTube. Photo credits: Image at 1:08 courtesy of elodey, 1:19 and 1:29 courtesy of kliverap, 1:40 courtesy of lgcraftdes, 1:51 courtesy of morczyk, 2:12 courtesy of pocketaces, 2:54 courtesy of Christian Johnson.
Flycatcher Jack & the Whippoorwill's Song My favorite song by the group. written by Kevin Welch. EErie music just the right amount of depravity. god it is good if you are into acoustic singer/songwriter stuff you should like this
Ferruginous Flycatcher Some HD footage filmed in-habitat of this rare visitor to the Philippines. Common name : Ferruginous Flycatcher (immature) Scientific name: Muscicapa ferruginea Habitat - rare in the Philippines, not shy, perches in the understory of forest, flying out to catch insects. Total length: 129 mm. CAPTURE INFORMATION: Paranaque City, Philippines, October 19, 2010, 7D + 500 f4 L IS + Canon 2x/ 1.4x TCs, 700 - 1400 mm, manual exposure in available light, 475B/3421 support, Sennheiser MKE 400 mic.
Spotted flycatcher - Muscicapa striata Grauwe vliegenvanger, spotted flycatcher. This video shows the web cam footage of the efforts of two parents raising of five little flycatchers in their nest in an old lantern. The video is shot in June/July 2006 in the Netherlands. The flycatcher is on the red list in NL. NOTE: In the middle part of the video there is an incredible scene in which a huge dragon fly is fed to the little birds, one almost choking! After 18 days all five chicks flew out and have been fed for nearly two weeks before being left in the hostile world. We await in anxiety their return from South Africa in Spring.
NW Oklahoma Scissortail Movie was taken the last part of May 2008 by Robert L. Wagner, near Alva, OK.
Indian Paradise Flycatcher
Spotted Flycatcher Family Spotted Flycatchers near Kirkby Londsdale earlier on in the year. The nest that they're in is an old Swallow nest.
Willow Flycatcher Willow Flycatcher recorded by George Jameson.
Flycatcher my first 3D animation. Director & Animation:Chen,Wan Ju. Completed:2006/03
Mugimaki Flycatcher Dailing, Heilongjiang
Red-breasted flycatcher / Mindre flugsnappare Red-breasted flycatcher (mindre flugsnappare) singing at Bjuröklubb, Västerbotten, Sweden in may 27, 2007. (Sound and picture not synchronised)
Flycatcher - La Sagra's Sighted by John & Russ in a large Gumbo Limbo tree at the begining of the boardwalk.
Putative Semi-collared Flycatcher Waxham, 15 Sept 08
Trex 500 Flycatcher Piro Flying Trex 500 with a new maneuver for me. If you notice carefully the blade touches the ground twice. Dont really know what is the name of this manuever. Anyway, pls enjoy the video.
A wife & a mistress: The Pied Flycatcher Bird - BBC Wildlife Listen to the mating call of the male Pied Flycatcher as it lures two females into neighbouring nests, mates with them both. Follow the story of the two developing families. Contains images that some viewers may find distressing. From BBC wildlife show 'Battle of the ***es in the Animal World'.
Spotted Flycatcher Extract from wildlife series. Flycatchers breeding in Cambs
Fly-Catcher Bird, trying to catch a fly! This is a fly-catcher, looks like a fledgling. It demonstrates the species acrobatic flying skills. You can see the insects the bird is hunting fly by.
Vermilion Flycatcher male Pyrocephalus rubinus I videoscoped this male Vermilion flycatcher here in Tlacotalpan Veracruz Mexico. Nikon Coolpix P5100 hand held to a Nikon Fieldscope II ED 82mm with 30X wide angle eyepiece. Slik tripod. Below is a info link for the Vermilion flycatcher.
Shivaree - Flycatcher Interpret: Shivaree Titel: Flycatcher Album: Rough Dreams
Pied Flycatcher, Hilversum A compilation of 2 days, with the first I was very lucky. A matter of 'in the right spot at the right time'. The other was taken today (again) together with the Bach Lover.
Willow Flycatcher Willow Flycatcher recorded by George Jameson.
Northern Black Flycatcher (Melaenornis edolioides) Black Flycatcher in the Senegambia Beach Hotel Grounds
Yellow-bellied Flycatcher An inhabitant of the northern boreal forest, the Yellow-bellied Flycatcher's song is a brief and emphatic "che-lek" that sounds quite similar to the "che-bek" of its more widespread cousin, the Least Flycatcher. This footage was gathered in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New in early June of 2010. The habitat was a boggy area dominated by Black Spruce and Tamarack. © 2010 Lang Elliott
Pied Flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca A male and female Pied Flycatchers seen at an RSPB Reserve in West Wales.
Sivi muhar (Spotted Flycatcher)19.8. 2008 (Muscicapa striata) Sivi muhar poje na drevesu... Flycatcher is singing on a tree...
Nilgiri Flycatcher, Bird, Ornithologist, Salim Ali, Western Ghats, Fauna, Wildlife, Suresh Elamon For more information on this video click -