Early Spring Territoriali...

Almost 4 feet tall, weighing in at nearly 20 pounds, and a 5 ½ foot wingspan make this male Canadian goose and this mated pair a force to reckon with. His sights are set on the intruding duet of geese off frame. In March the geese will stake claims to beaver ponds and other suitable areas...

Spring Snowstorm Robins

While some American Robins do tend to stay in the Midwest all winter, most migrate south. These robins got caught in an early spring snowstorm and are making the best of it by banding together and feeding on Staghorn Sumac berries from last fall. Music: “Ambiment” by Kevin...

Bohemian Waxwings Feeding...

This time of year, late winter, the bohemian waxwings enter our area and start feeding on dried berries that are still hanging from last fall. This is an important source of food for many birds this time of year! View this selected 4K clip in our Stock Footage Section >> View all Bohemian...

Blizzard Whitetails

Winter can be very difficult for whitetail deer. When snow is deep, as it is this winter, food becomes harder and harder to find. Whitetails spend their days split between finding woody browse and staying warm. With deep snow making it difficult to run, predators can also become more of a...

Snowstorm Birds

There’s no doubt that winter is tough on wildlife. Some adapt, some travel or migrate to warmer climes. The ones that choose to stay often face cold temperatures and deep snow. Watching from the warmth of my home, I can’t help but feel pain for my winged friends out in the cold. If I...