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Fish crow comes in for a landing in slow motion - see how soon you can spot it. The Painted Bunting male picks up on it long before I can see it. Little bird senses a big bird and takes cover - even though the crow is no threat it is as big as a hawk so safety is the best policy. Filmed with Yi 4K+ Action Cam on amazon at: 🤍 New HD videos uploaded frequently. If you enjoy the videos please subscribe, like and comment! #MyBackyardBirding #crow #fishcrow #corvid
By engineering a sensor-packed perch, Stanford researchers were able to detect the precise forces employed by birds while landing. Scientists can use this information to engineer flying robots with similar abilities.
Flying for the Northern Royal Albatross is mainly effortless, landing can be a little bit harder. #RoyalCam chick had a front row seat to a ‘how not to land’ lesson. Landing is challenging because of the narrow wings of the albatross, which do not generate sufficient lift to fly slowly. Their preference is to take off and land when it's quite windy, which allows better control at slow speeds while using the angle of the wing and the speed of the wind to control the descent. However, on calmer days, things can get tricky, as is seen here. Lucky for the somersaulting alby, recovery was quick and only the chick was watching!! Albatrosses are sturdy birds accustomed to periodic mishaps on landing, and true to form, this adult walked away and appeared fine. RoyalCam was set up in January 2016 by the Department of Conservation. For the 2020-21 season we have collaborated with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. To learn more while watching, view the cam at 🤍 or at 🤍 * Royal Cam is a 24-hour live stream of a Northern Royal Albatross nest during the breeding season at Pukekura/Taiaroa Head on the southeast tip of New Zealand's South Island. The 2020/21 Royal Albatross cam season is underway with a return performance from breeding pair LGL (the female, named for her leg bands colored lime/green/lime) and LGK (the male, lime/green/black), last seen on cam in 2018-2019. The female laid the pair’s egg on November 7, and it hatched on January 24, 2021. This pair of ocean wanderers has been together since 2017, and in 2018–2019 they were the stars of the Royal Cam, raising their chick Karere all the way to fledging. After their successful breeding season, LGL and LGK took last year off to replenish their energy reserves, a pattern that is typical for Royal Albatross parents. Now these two are fully prepared for the long haul of another 10-month nesting period. Learn more about this season’s Royal Cam family from DOC: 🤍 A new season means a fresh view of the Taiaroa Head Nature Reserve’s windswept headland! The camera has been repositioned to feature this new nest for the official start of the season. Be sure to follow the cam on Twitter 🤍 to get all the updates during what’s sure to be another action-packed season on New Zealand’s South Island. #birdcams #live #albatross #birds #wildlife #nature #nowplaying #newzealand #endangeredspecies
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Landing and perching on a branch is an activity that birds can easily perform hundreds of times a day, but it’s a difficult mechanism for robots that fly in the same way to replicate due to the complexity of landing and their larger size. Raphael Zufferey at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne and his colleagues developed a robotic bird, which has a 1.5 metre wingspan and weighs 700 grams, that can use a claw to perch on a branch in the lab after a short flight. Learn more ➤ 🤍 Subscribe ➤ 🤍 Get more from New Scientist: Official website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 About New Scientist: New Scientist was founded in 1956 for “all those interested in scientific discovery and its social consequences”. Today our website, videos, newsletters, app, podcast and print magazine cover the world’s most important, exciting and entertaining science news as well as asking the big-picture questions about life, the universe, and what it means to be human. New Scientist 🤍
The peregrine falcon is the fastest bird on earth with the ability to fly at a top speed of 240mph. Living on six different continents, these 'wandering falcons' are one of the world's most skilled hunters. The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) rescues injured or sick peregrine falcons and other birds of prey at the Beijing Raptor Rescue Center (BRRC) in China and releases healthy birds back to the wild. In the last 15 years, more than 4,200 raptors have been rescued. For more information, go to 🤍ifaw.org.
The wandering albatross can fly across vast distances using a technique known as dynamic soaring. Subscribe: 🤍 #BBCEarth Watch more: Planet Earth 🤍 Blue Planet 🤍 Planet Earth II 🤍 Planet Dinosaur 🤍 Natural World: Nature's Biggest Beasts The world's biggest beasts have always captured the imagination. But whilst being big can have its advantages, it also comes with sizeable challenges. Take the world's largest lizard, the Komodo dragon, whose huge appetite means it must take on prey ten times its weight, or the tallest animal of them all - the giraffe - who, with such a long neck, must control immense blood pressure. Nature's biggest beasts must go to extraordinary lengths to thrive. Welcome to BBC EARTH! The world is an amazing place full of stories, beauty and natural wonder. Here you'll find 50 years worth of entertaining and thought-provoking natural history content. Dramatic, rare, and exclusive, nature doesn't get more exciting than this. Want to share your views with the team? Join our BBC Studios Voice: 🤍 This is a commercial page from BBC Studios. Service information and feedback: 🤍
Birds Flying in Slow Motion - Forest Birds & Bird Sounds Video for People & Cats to Watch Video Produced by Paul Dinning - Wildlife in Cornwall Filmed on December 1st 2016
This vulture is Ricardo's paragliding partner. Urubu the vulture befriended Ricardo while he was paragliding. The bird joins him from time to time. Sometimes, he even hangs onto the paragliding pro while he is still airborne! Vultures are surprisingly important for paragliders as they guide them across the thermals or hot air. Thermal energy is important in maximizing gliding time. Of course, Urubu is not a pet, but rather a free bird who doesn't mind a little bit of human interaction. Follow Ricardo and his adventures on Instagram 🤍 Subscribe to The Koala for more adorable animal content: 🤍 Follow The Koala: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Website: 🤍 #viral #viralvideos #wildlife #vulture #paragliding #thekoala
Just more tests with the Chronos 1.4. Birds are my favorite thing to film in slowmo. In this one I was able catch a sequence of a bird landing. Usually, the ones I’ve been doing so far are when birds are taking off. Please see the below link to view the original file of this before upscale. 🤍
Parahawking is coming to the USA. These are a few shots of training a Harris's Hawk to fly with a paraglider. More to come! Music by Asche & Spencer, 🤍 Please click SHARE to send this video to friends. This video and sound track are protected by Copyright. No one may upload and redistribute any portion of this content without written permission from Lite Touch Films. Unauthorized use and distribution is illegal and violators will be prosecuted. Unauthorized use on YouTube will result in the permanent suspension of your YouTube Account.
Watch these Pelicans skim inches from the water's surface and then a slo mo landing The Australian Pelican (Pelecanus conspicillatus) is a large waterbird of the family Pelecanidae, widespread on the inland and coastal waters of Australia and New Guinea, also in Fiji, parts of Indonesia and as a vagrant to New Zealand. It is a predominantly white bird with black wings and a pink bill. It has been recorded as having the longest bill of any living bird. It mainly eats fish, but will also consume birds and scavenges for scraps. The Australian Pelican is medium-sized by pelican standards, with a wingspan of 2.3 to 2.6 m (7.5 to 8.5 ft). Weight can range from 4 to 13 kg (8.8 to 29 lb), although most of these pelicans weigh between 4.54 and 7.7 kg (10.0 and 17 lb). The pale, pinkish bill is enormous, even by pelican standards, and is the largest bill in the avian world. The record-sized bill was 50 cm (20 in) long. Females are slightly smaller with a notably smaller bill, which can measure as small as 34.6 cm (13.6 in) at maturity. The total length is boasted by the bill to 152188 cm (6074 in), which makes it rank alongside Dalmatian Pelican as the longest of pelicans. Overall, the Australian Pelican is predominantly white in colour. There is a white panel on upper-wing and white-V on rump set against black along the primaries. During courtship, the orbital skin and distal quarter of bill are orange-coloured with the pouch variously turning dark blue, pink and scarlet. The non-breeding adult has bill and eye-ring pale yellow, pouch pale pinkish. Juvenile similar to adult, but black replaced w brown and white patch on upper wing reduced. Overall, their appearance is somewhat similar to several other pelicans, though the species is allopatric. Follow GoJoMedia on Facebook 🤍 Receive an SMS when we upload (US Only) 🤍 🤍GoJo DIY & Vlogs
Bernie Sanders took a moment to comment on the symbolism of the bird that interrupted his rally in Portland, Oregon.
Birds Flying in Slow Motion - Red Kite Bird Extravaganza Video Produced by Paul Dinning - Filmed at Gigrin Farm in Wales UK Filmed in March 2019
Ashlea Dennison, a 25-year-old dentistry student attending the University of the Witwatersrand, in Johannesburg, captured this amazing sighting on the 6 th of April 2019. Ashlea, who was visiting the park with her boyfriend tell us in her own words about this amazing sighting; BOOK YOUR TRIP TO KRUGER: 🤍 “There we were, driving along the H4-2 (The main road coming into the park from Crocodile Bridge) around 11:00 and we took the second sand road on the west side which leads to a dead end with a view of the Gezanftombi waterhole. We saw the birds not far along, on the northern side of the road. We noticed a number of vultures and some smaller birds around the area, which is why we suspected a kill, or some sort of food source, then we saw the Kori Bustard not far off the road which caused the vultures to fly to the nearby trees. We started to drive further on when we noticed the Secretary bird take flight from a tree close by, we stopped and watched where it would land. When it landed by the area where the Kori bustard was, we reversed the car to see what would happen. As we saw them starting to fight, we decided to video it because we had never seen anything like it before. We were very excited when we saw this sighting because these birds are both amazing sightings on their own and we have never seen either of them behave in this manner before. After the Secretary bird chased the little birds away at the end of the video, the Kori Bustard and the Secretary bird seemed to mind their own business while remaining in the same area. This sighting was incredibly rare for us. We have seen both the Secretary bird and the Kori Bustard alone on multiple occasions when we have visited the park, however, we have never seen either of these birds act in an aggressive manner towards any other bird before, or towards any other animal for that matter. These 2 birds always appear to be minding their own business when we see them in the park. I would’ve loved to see what the cause of the fight was but due to the length of the grass, we couldn’t see what was on the ground. We can only assume that there was an abandoned kill because of the vultures’ present. I would advise that anyone who is lucky enough to see a sighting such as this, to not interfere and to let nature play out as it would if we weren’t there.” Send in your wildlife video here, and earn money: 🤍 To license the footage: Contact🤍LatestSightings.com Get some of our exclusive specials at the Kruger National Park (Free nights): 🤍 Snapchat: LatestSightings Twitter & Instagram: 🤍LatestKruger For live wildlife sightings in the Kruger National Park: 🤍 And like our Facebook page for great sightings and photos: 🤍 Subscribe to us on YouTube: 🤍
#FlyingFriday: The Slow-Motion Art of Birds Flying Birds have bodies that are designed to make them great fliers! According to Fact Monster, "The skeleton is strong but light, with a large breastbone to support powerful muscles for flapping wings up and down. The wings themselves are curved on top, flatter beneath—air travels faster over the upper surface, producing lift. The long tail helps with direction and balance; strong legs assist with takeoff." Don't you wish you could fly, too?! #MINDBLOWN
↠ Check out how this African parrot ended up in a cactus in AZ: 🤍 With a wingspan of 2.4 meters, the magnificent frigatebird can stay airborne for several days in a row. In fact, these agile flyers can’t touch the waves – unusually for a seabird, their feathers aren’t waterproof. On land, the magnificent frigatebird also displays unique behavior. To attract a mate, males inflate their red throat pouches and drum on their chests. But which frequency do females prefer? Get the answer in the video and discover more about where magnificent frigatebirds make their home. 🔗 Source: 🤍 Interested in more bird stories? 📺 Check out "How this African Parrot Ended Up in a Cactus in Arizona": 🤍 🔔 Subscribe for loads more conservation stories: 🤍 #terramatters #MagnificentFrigatebird
If you like my videos i would be very happy if you want to subscribe to my channel by pressing the subscribe button in the video at the bottom right of the picture 😊 Om ni tycker om mina videos skulle jag bli väldigt glad om ni vill prenumerera på min kanal genom att trycka på prenumerera knappen i videon längst ner till höger i bild 😊 Filmad med Canon XL2 samt Sigma 50-500 mm objektiv.Denna film är egentligen två filmer! Först en lite annorlunda film med fart o fläkt! Sedan en lugnare del med studie på Gräsänder i flykt! Gräsänderna i (slowmotion) ca 40% av hastigheten. Getteröns Naturreservat Varberg Halland 2009-02-14, 02-16 Musik: Smartsound
A bird strike forced the emergency landing of a U.S. Air Force plane, which was carrying the Chief of the National Guard. WATCH THE FULL EPISODE OF 'WORLD NEWS TONIGHT': 🤍 WATCH OTHER FULL EPISODES OF WORLD NEWS TONIGHT: 🤍 WATCH WORLD NEWS TONIGHT ON HULU: 🤍 #abcnews #worldnewstonight #birdstrike #planes
Patna: A GoAir flight had to make an emergency landing due to a bird hit incident. Mirror Now's Aditya reports ► Subscribe to The Economic Times for latest video updates. It's free! - 🤍 ► More Videos 🤍 ETTV - 🤍 ► 🤍 ► For business news on the go, download ET app: 🤍 Follow ET on: ► Facebook - 🤍 ► Twitter - 🤍 ► LinkedIn - 🤍 ► Instagram - 🤍 ► Flipboard - 🤍 The Economic Times | A Times Internet Limited product #theeconomictimes #bihar #goair #biharnews #flight #emergencylanding #biharflight
Using Dwarf 2 telescope I capture a Fancy Bird Landing, I believe these birds are German Owl Pigeons, fancy peagons that i only observd them after going out with the dwarf 2 smart telescope Dwarf II link(Aff): 🤍 Dwarf II is the First Affordable Smart Telescope from $395(Preorder) comes with top features on a budget price. Social: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 #dwarf2 #dwarflab #smarttelescope #dwarftelescope #owlpigeons
10 different types of birds taking flight, from various angles, 21 different shots. This is a resource to help you analyse how different birds take to flight, for when you need to animate a bird taking off. To move through the video one frame at a time, pause the video and use your comma and period keys to advance frame by frame. For more resources for animation go to 🤍justmakeanimation.com
ILS procedure then manual final approach and landing. Ce mélange entre vitesse, réactivité et classe sans égale donne des sensations incroyables, le tout contrôlé analogiquement. Autant d''exigence que de plaisir. Concorde restera inimitable pour toujours. Reconnaissance éternelle à tous les ingénieurs et pilotes de développement émérites qui nous ont créé un chef d'oeuvre sublissime (André Turcat, Brian Trubshaw)
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The common swift flies ten months on end without landing. The hypothesis on these birds’ life in the air was presented by British researcher Ron Lockley back in 1970, but it is only now that researchers at Lund University in Sweden have managed to prove the extreme lifestyle of the species. No other bird species remains in the air for as long without landing. Produced by: Johan Nyman, Cecilia schubert Footage of common swift: Joakim Lindhé Still images of common swift 0:29-0:40: Markus Tallroth Still image of common swift 1:10-1:13: Anders Hedenström Learn more: 🤍
#BirdsLandingonYou #DreamBirdsLandingYou #BibleBirds You are wondering why would bird fly on your body. Many cultures have attached symbolism to this dream. For example, In some cultures, they belief if a bird fly or defeacate on someone's body, that person will have lots of money. Seeing birds landing on your body still depends on the birds and your emotion behind it. For example, Dream of birds landing on your body could introduce a message of good news that will bring you joy, happiness, peace and comfort. Not all birds landing on your body in the dream or reality are all good, many of them may still bring bad news or sickness as the case maybe. However, in this video, we are going to share with you interpretation to some specie of birds landing on your body. May God bless you. Kindly subscribe to my channel and hit the bell: 🤍 You can support and partner with the ministry: 🤍 Similar video to watch ✅5 birds that brings peace and comfort: 🤍 ✅ Dream of birds attacking you meaning: 🤍 ✅5 Birds that drives away bad news: 🤍
BESIDES THE FAMOUS KASPERWING -0- FORWARD SPEED 'PARACHUTE' DESCENT, HERE'S THE LESSER-KNOWN KWING 'BIRD LANDING...HOW'S THIS FOR A SHORT LANDING ROLL?
Sherbrooke's Multimodal Autonomous Drone (S-MAD) performing autonomous landing and takeoffs from walls. Presented at Living Machines 2017, Stanford (Best Robotics Paper Award). More information can be found in the following article: Mehanovic, D., Bass, J., Courteau, T., Rancourt, D. and Lussier Desbiens, A., 2017, July. Autonomous Thrust-Assisted Perching of a Fixed-Wing UAV on Vertical Surfaces. Conference on Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems (pp. 302-314). 🤍 Abstract: We present the first fixed-wing drone that autonomously perches and takes off from vertical surfaces. Inspired by birds, this airplane uses a thrust-assisted pitch-up maneuver to slow down rapidly before touchdown. Microspines are used to cling to rough walls, while strictly onboard sensing is used for control. The effect of thrust on the suspension’s landing envelope is analyzed and a simple vertical velocity controller is proposed to create smooth and robust descents towards a wall. Multiple landings are performed over a range of flight conditions. Credits: Bird Landing Video - PCO Music - Anders Schill Paulsen (Epidemic Sound)