Nature Research Video Index
The Northern Harrier Female Video
9 minutes 7 seconds, Canon XH-A1, HDV 1080i.
A video of the Northern Harrier female during her morning routine Watch this 10 minutes long high-def video to witness the Northern Harrier's morning routine as she preens, regurgitates, stretches, scratches, and poops. Length 9 minutes,

The Northern Harrier Video
The Great Blue Heron Video
22 minutes 21 seconds, Canon XH-A1, HDV 1080i.
A video of the Great Blue Heron fishingCelebrating the Great Blue Heron - the largest heron in North America. Recorded during the spring migration in the canals near the Point Pelee National Park. See the video that shows the heron striking fish after fish, missing a few, and his greatest capture of the day. Length 22 minutes,

The Great Blue Heron Video
The Lady Amherst Pheasant Female Video
6 minutes 48 seconds, Canon XH-A1, HDV 1080i.
A video of the Lady Amherst Pheasant Female at Point Pelee, OntarioGlamour and Glitz with the Star of the Day. Filmed during spring time in the most important bird migration spot in Canada – the Point Pelee National Park. See the video showing the Pheasant female grazing on the Point Pelee tip, during spring migration, and completely unafraid of the deluge of shutters and flashes.

The Lady Amherst Pheasant Female Video
The Female Moose in Algonquin Park Video
4 minutes 29 seconds, Canon XH-A1, HDV 1080i.
A video of the Female Moose With Calf in Algonquin Park, OntarioThe video behind this story starts with the female moose and her calf investigating myself and the rest of the cars that continued pulling over behind mine. She then continues towards the pool of melted snow along the side of the highway. As she satisfies her thirst, she crosses the highway just behind the cars, now all stopped on the other side of the road.

The Female Moose in Algonquin Park Video
The Sandhill Cranes in Ontario Video
3 minutes 40 seconds, Canon XH-A1, HDV 1080i.
A Video of Sandhill Cranes in OntarioSee a pair of Sandhill Cranes in the agricultural fields of Ontario. Birds are creatures of habit. This year's video footage was recorded on April 11th. My previous encounter with this pair was last year in April on April 14th. The video was made 1/2 kilometer distance from last year's location. Two years in a row they used the same staging area during their migratory path.

The Sandhill Cranes in Ontario Video
The Royal Mute Swans Video
2 minutes 24 seconds, Canon XH-A1, HDV 1080i.
The Royal Mute Swan mating ritual captured on videoSee the mating ritual of the Royal Mute Swans in high-definition (HD) format. The Royal Mute Swans mating ritual starts with a gentle courtship by d unking their heads and blowing bubbles in the water. Their mating ritual ends in a charming display, with synchronous moves, cheek to cheek and “walking” the water.

The Royal Mute Swans Video
The Eastern Bluebird Video
21 seconds, 17 seconds, Canon XH-A1, HDV 1080i.
A slow motion video of the Eastern Bluebird female removing the fecal sacSlow motion videos showing the Eastern Bluebird female removing the fecal sacs from the nests.

The Eastern Bluebird Videos