A Praying Mantis looks like he came from interstellar space. That’s part of the fascination he holds for us–that and his graceful deadliness.
Like all my movies, this one of narrated.
Our hummingbird feeders stand empty 90% of the time. So why is it that hummingbirds so often show up several at a time and wage war like the flying aces in “Top Gun”?
Like all my movies, this one is narrated.
This narrated movie shows the Swallowtails super close eating and grasping flower petals with their tiny feet. When feeding time is over, they often whirl around each other midair. Could they be dancing for joy? My narration will answer that question.
WHO would want to see a movie about creatures as grotesque as vultures? Well, you might. It’s only a minute long and they are surprisingly entertaining to watch.
Swallows are such aerialists that they make other birds in flight look like pedestrians. Watch them in slo-mo as they squabble with each other atop utility wires.
Do Rails taunt us from their reedy hiding places? Or do we take their disembodied calls too personally?
Yellow-crowned Night Herons are lush beauties. A Night Heron is even pretty (and more fun to watch) when he has a fish sidewise in his mouth.