Red-necked Phalarope- Calhoun County, IL. Two Rivers National Wildlife Refuge Calhoun Division. Calhoun County, IL. 09-03-10
Wilson's Phalarope 5 14 09 These Wilson's Phalaropes are on Idaho's Natural Heritage Species List . We discovered and photographed them on 5-14-09. Valencia Wetland Bank, Idaho.
WWT Slimbridge: Red-necked phalarope This juvenile red-necked phalarope was filmed at WWT Slimbridge by warden James Lees during an Advancing Birding session on 29 September 2012.
Red-Necked Phalarope Red-Necked Phalarope swimming in the typical spinning fashion. (09/02/2007, Kirby Park, Moss Landing, California)
Wilson's Phalarope Seaforth LNR near Liverpool, May 2010. Almost certainly the same bird that has appeared here for the last three springs. This time in her breeding finery.
Wilson's Phalaropes at Nueces Delta Preserve Our Delta photographer Charlie Spiekerman captured these Wilson's Phalaropes enjoying the recently enhanced 30-acre freshwater wetland at the Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program's Nueces Delta Preserve near Odem, Texas. The birds' spinning helps them stir up insects to eat.
RED-NECKED PHALAROPE RED-NECKED PHALAROPE CUMBRIA
Grey Phalarope Phalaropus fulicarius Sept 16th 2010 Eglwys nunydd Reservior Wales
Red-necked Phalarope - Phalaropus lobatus A group of winter plumaged Red-necked Phalarope swimming on saltpans in the Gulf of Thailand. A digiscopingvideo filmed using a Swarovski ATS65HD Scope, the 25x50WA zoom eyepiece, a Swarovski DCA coupled to a Panasonic Lumix G2.
2000+ Red-necked Phalaropes, Utah 15 September 2008 Recorded on an Ornitholidays trip - an amazing spectacle of at least 2000 migrating Red-necked Phalaropes (Phalaropus lobatus) feeding up just by the causeway to Antelope Island, Salt Lake, Utah. Birds were dropping in all the time and, when we returned a few hours later, we estimated that at least 4000 birds were present! Also scattered on this part of the Lake we estimated that there were over 5000 Black-necked/Eared Grebe (Podiceps nigricollis).
Red-necked phalarope Red-necked phalarope viewable from the Lathbury hide at WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre, Gloucestershire
Red-necked Phalarope, Hook-with-Warsash, Hants, UK 1999 present from 30 September to 4 October 1999 in same ditch as a grey phalarope - see separate video - some good spinning at the end
Grey Phalarope On autumn migration in UK Canon 7D/300 2.8/2x TC
Mechanical model of the phalarope beak (Manu Prakas, MIT) MIT solves gravity-defying bird beak mystery: this mechanical model of the phalarope beak, showing its transport of a micro-liter droplet, helped MIT researchers discover how the bird propels food upwards to its throat. Video taken at 2000 fps, slowed down to 30 fps. Video / Manu Prakash, MIT. Source: MIT solves gravity-defying bird beak mystery, web.mit.edu
Wilson's Phalarope Feeding (Female with breeding plumage) A female Wilson's phalarope (Phalaropus tricolor) with breeding plumage feeding in Reed Lake, Saskatchewan. The Wilson's phalarope is the largest of the phalaropes. The females are larger and more colourful than the males. After laying her eggs, the female goes in search of another mate - leaving the male to both incubate the eggs and tend to the young.
Grey Phalarope Grey Phalarope Hartlepool Headland 18/11/11
Wilson's Phalarope Wilson's Phalarope Seaton Carew golf course
Grey Phalarope - Holt, 14th September 2011
Grey Phalarope Grey Phalarope filmed at Holt- 'Sling pool' near Grimley, Worcestershire
Grey Phalarope - Phalaropus fulicarius Martin Mere WWT Reserve, Lancashire, December 6th 2011. Winter plumaged adult.
Red Phalarope - platknābja pūslītis The Red Phalarope (called Grey Phalarope in Europe), Phalaropus fulicarius, is a small wader. This phalarope breeds in the Arctic regions of North America and Eurasia. It is migratory, and, unusually for a wader, migrating mainly on oceanic routes and wintering at sea on tropical oceans. Thisvideo was produced by Slitere National Park Administration as a contribution to the Baltic Green Belt project, which is part-financed by the European Union (ERDF) within the Baltic Sea Region Programme. The Baltic Green Belt is part of the European Green Belt initiative which has the vision to create the backbone of an ecological network, running from the Barents to the Black Sea that is a global symbol for transboundary cooperation in nature conservation and sustainable development. Baltic Green Belt: www.balticgreenbelt.uni-
Grey Phalarope (Phalaropus fulicarius) Brednäbbad simsnäppa. A very rare visit to Sweden, way of its course to the Arctic regions, feeding for 2 days befor leaving. Filmed 5 Okt 2009 Ystad Sweden.
Red necked Phalarope Red necked Phalarope RSPB Saltholme
Wilson's Phalarope spinning This summer female Wilson's Phalarope was a delightful rare bird at Grafham Water, Cambridgeshire, UK, this May (2007). One of its feeding tactics is to spin in tight circles to stir up invertebrates.
Wilson's Phalarope (Scolopacidae: Phalaropus tricolor) Swimming Photographed at Kellys Slough NWR, North Dakota (13 May 2010).
Wilson's Phalarope feeding, Pea*** Marsh, April 27, 2010 A Wilson's Phalarope doing that frantic feeding frenzy at Pea*** Marsh in Bolingbrook, IL, April 27, 2010, 5:30pm Keep in mind, the non-slow motion is NOT sped up but is normal speed. They really are that frantic of feeders!
Yellow Wagtail (flava), Cuckoo, RN Phalaropes on mountain lake Calling Yellow Wagtail (Motacilla flava flava; Gulerle;) and singing Common Cuckoo (Cuculus canorus; Gjøk); Red-necked Phalaropes (Phalaropus lobatus; Svømmesnipe) and Wood Sandpiper (Tringa glareola; Grønnstilk) calling. All breeding birds at Synningstøl lake in mountains near Geilo, Buskerud Co., Norway. Opening shots show Hallingskarvet at close range and from Synningstøl some 10 km away. Lakes near the treeline are favored as breeding sites for the Phalaropes, Wood and Green Sandpipers. This is from the last week in June -.the beginning of a short summer. There are three regular breeding subspecies of Yellow Wagtail in Norway. The nominate subspecies (flava) in this video is local and uncommon. Playlist: Birds of Norway, high mountains. MP4
Phalaropes Spinning A group of Phalaropes spinning while feeding in a North Dakota slough.
Grey Phalarope Phalaropus fulicarius The Grey (or Red) Phalarope is a rare visitor to inland parts of Northern Britain. In November 2010, a juvenile bird is seen on a flooded field at Bradley, near Skipton in North Yorkshire.
Grey Phalarope Grey Phalarope watched while surveying Abberton Reservoir, 21st November 2007. Always great to watch, this one was trying hard to deplete the zooplankton.
Grey Phalarope East Mersea 21-10-11 Howard Vaughan.MTS This wondrous Grey Phalarope (Red if you are in North America!) was obviously in mad washing machine spin cycle mode this morning! Never seen one so actvely spinning on the spot! Great litte bird!
red necked phalarope, Funzie, Fetlar This particular female, filmed in June 2009, is thir*** years old, the oldest known red necked phalarope in the world
Red-necked Phalarope flock of 3000 This flock of around 2500-3000 Red-necked Phalarope put on quite a show feeding along Utah's Antelope Island Causeway.
Grey Phalarope, Dunmore East, Waterford 2012 Grey Phalarope
Red-necked phalarope feeding behavior (Video: Don DesJardin) Red-necked phalarope feeding behavior. MIT researchers have shown how the birds defy gravity to move prey caught in the water upward from their beaks into their throats. Video / Don DesJardin. Source: MIT solves gravity-defying bird beak mystery, web.mit.edu
Red-Necked Phalarope Juvenile Red-Necked Phalarope at WWT Slimbridge in front of the Zeiss Hide at Mid-day. Panasonic SDR-S26 70x zoom. Edited in iMovie '09
Wilson's Phalarope, Seattle Feeding at University of Washington's Union Bay Natural Area (aka Montlake fill), Seattle. Given the dark stripe I thought it a female. Experts tell me it's a male.
Red-necked Phalarope I digiscoped this Red-necked Phalarope at Confluence Point State Park in Missouri 9/3/2011
Red-necked Phalarope - Phalaropus lobatus A winter plumaged Red-necked Phalarope preening on saltpans in the Gulf of Thailand. A digiscopingvideo filmed using a Swarovski ATS65HD Scope, the 25x50WA zoom eyepiece, a Swarovski DCA coupled to a Panasonic Lumix G2.