Animals of the Nile
From the Archives of Discovery: The Nile River is home to a huge variety of animals. Learn more about the Nile in this video.
Animals: Ducks Blown Off Their Feet Explained
If ducks can fly, then why can't they stand through the wind in this viral video? James Williams gets an explanation.
Bad Dog!: Chico the Biting Bird
This pet bird has a fondness for singing, barking, clucking and biting.
Watch this video about birds and language on HowStuffWorks. Researchers have found that bird songs and human speech have more in common than meets the ear. Learn about bird songs in this video from ScienCentral.
Caught in the Moment: Cinereous Vulture
The Cinereous Vulture is the largest vulture in Europe and Asia. It has a wingspan of up to 10 feet. Learn more about the Cinereous Vulture on Animal Planet's "Caught in the Moment."
Caught in the Moment: Red Tailed Tropicbird
Tristan Bayer and Vanessa Garnick from Animal Planet's "Caught in the Moment," visit an island outside of Madagascar. While on the island they film the red-tailed tropicbird.
Chickadee Fight Songs
Watch this video about chickadee fight songs on HowStuffWorks. Chickadee songs are actually battle cries calling for others. Learn about how and when chickadees call for aid in battle in this video from ScienCentral.
Dinos: The Futurist: Retro-Engineering Dinos
Can scientists flip a genetic switch and turn a bird into a dinosaur? Not quite yet, but not it's so far off either. James Williams gets the story from paleontologist Jack Horner.
Dinosaur Feather Mystery: Archaeopteryx the First Bird
See why scientists view the Archaeopteryx as the first bird. The fossil discovered links dinosaurs with birds. Learn more about the Archaeopteryx on The Science Channel's "Dinosaur Feather Mystery."
Dirty Jobs: Chip Off the Block
Mike Rowe learns firsthand how grueling it is to cut out even a 5-inch-deep section -- featuring ancient bird tracks -- from a 4-ton boulder.
Dirty Jobs: Dumpy Seagulls
See dog. See dog run toward seagulls. See seagulls fly away. Mission accomplished.
Dirty Jobs: Owl Vomit
Pellets of owl vomit are often used for school projects. Join "Dirty Jobs" host Mike Rowe as he travels to meet the world's premier owl pellet collector.
Discovery News: Cool Jobs: Antarctic Penguin Researcher
Discovery News' Kasey-Dee Gardner finds out what it's like to study penguins in Antarctica and how to survive the cold.
Discovery News: Our Top 5 Favorite Things About Turkeys
Turkeys are more than just Thanksgiving dinner. James Williams shares five reasons they're our new favorite bird. Learn more about turkeys in this clip from Discovery News.
Einstein the Talking Parrot
Watch this TED video to see one really smart parrot named "Einstein". Einstein is an African grey parrot and her trainer, Stephanie White, have a funny routine where Einstein shows off his 200-word vocabulary and singing chops.
Flu Vaccines Can Last a Lifetime
Imagine getting one flu shot to last a lifetime. The universal vaccine would protect against strains of flu that haven\'t happened yet and even against bird flu. Researchers are getting closer to making that happen.
Get a close-up look at a hawk's nest in this video segment from the archives of Discovery.
Killer Clips: Baboon vs Bird
In this Animal Planet video, watch a baboon pounce into the river for its dinner.
Killer Clips: Snake vs Bird
In this Animal Planet clip, a snake makes short work of a bird.
Man vs Wild: Eating Ptarmigan
When trying to survive in the cold of Iceland, Bear Grylls catches a ptarmigan bird. Bear Grylls shows how to set a trap for it and prepare it in this video from Discovery Channel's "Man vs. Wild".
Meet the Golden Eagle
In this clip from the archives of Discovery, get a closer look at the majestic golden eagle.
Most Outrageous: Naked Cockatoo
The featherless need love too. Meet Oscar a very naked cockatoo, in this video from Animal Planet's "Most Outrageous."
Mutant Planet: An Evolutionary Joke
Penguins sit on a 300-foot, nearly vertical rockface that divides them and food for their offspring.
Mutant Planet: Ancient Evidence
In dense forest on New Zealand's south island, there is proof that the entire area was once completely submerged in water.
Mutant Planet: The Kiwi
The Kiwi is a strange-looking creature, found only in New Zealand. Every aspect of this funny little bird suggests that the Kiwi is an evolutionary oddity.
Mutant Planet: Unlikely Predator And 3rd Eye Lizard
Most snails are vegetarians. But this particular snail is an unlikely predator. Plus, see a lizard with a literal third eye - an evolutionary trait thought to predate the dinosaurs.
MythBusters: Bird Balance Aftershow
Kari, Grant and Tory address, among other things, the challenge of balancing a car, Rochambeau, scary hawks, gagging, bird health plans and best off-camera pranks.
MythBusters: Chicken Gun MiniMyth
We know that chicken carcasses are used to test the durability of airplane windshields. But does it matter if the chicken is frozen? See what the MythBusters initially found in 2004.
MythBusters: Electromagnetic Turkey
Kari, Grant and Tory see if the heat generated from a TV satellite van can be used to cook a turkey.
MythBusters: Exploding Turkey
Tory Belleci cooks up his own version of a holiday turkey...MythBusters style.
MythBusters: Riding the Vortex
Ever wonder why birds fly in V-formation? Kari and Tory get the scientific scoop from Institute of Bird Populations biologist Peter Pyle.
MythBusters: Zombie Dog
Witness Kari Byron create Zombie Dog, part of her test to see if falling turkeys are harmful to small pets.
Natural Born Winners: Ostrich
On the Discovery Channel series, "Natural Born Winners," we learn about the ostrich, a bird that has remarkable speed on only two legs.
Pet Psychic: Spike the Celeb Bird
Sonya, the pet psychic, meets with Spike (or Lady Hawk) -- a former bird celebrity who was exhibiting weird bird behavior. Watch this video from Animal Planet.
Raw Nature: Condors
Watch as the "Raw Nature" crew takes some big risks in order to get an up-close look at an Andean condor. Learn more about condors in this video from Animal Planet.
Spy On The Wild: Aerial Dogfight
Get a birds-eye view of an aerial dogfight between an eagle and a buzzard.
Spy On The Wild: Tiny TV Camera
Learn about the amazing bird-mounted technology that allows researchers to spy on the wild.
Taking on Tyson: Episode 1
Mike Tyson says that the first thing he ever loved in his life was a pigeon. So, when a neighborhood bully killed one of his beloved creatures and threw it in his face, Mike Tyson threw his first punch.
Taking on Tyson: Neighborhood Blues
Mike Tyson takes a stroll around his old neighborhood and reflects upon his troubled childhood.
UC Davis Vet Implants New Wings for Ailing Herron
Watch this video about veterinarians on HowStuffWorks. UC Davis medical staff rescued an ailing black herron and helped to fix its damaged wings by surgically implanting new feathers; the bird was able to return to the wild after several weeks of recovery
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