Thanks to Youtuber RobscoRC for sharing his friend Robert’s first flight of an original Sean Kinkade (SK) Park Hawk with us. Sure, it’s no Smartbird but still pretty awesome for something from 1993.
Dogs may think they have cornered the market on fetching stuff, but they might face some stiff, winged competition – assuming penguins some day become popular house pets.
In the midst of a live performance of Mordecai, bluegrass singer Josh Williams is joined by a flying friend who decides his guitar would make a pretty nice birdhouse. At least it wasn’t this guy.
We’re not sure how BBC’s Earthflight managed to get so close to these cranes as they flew over Venice, Italy, but the footage captured is incredible – not just of the birds, but of their surroundings.
Watching nature at its most merciless can be fun, but it’s nice to see that animals can be more suave than savage. Watch as the manakin bird proves that ladies can’t resist the moonwalk.
Behold the magic, beauty and poetry that nature surrounds us all with in this video, which shows a chance encounter and shared moment between two humans and a collection of starlings. (Thanks Raz!)
This 2007 video may feature Formula Vee racer Robbie Allen somersaulting his vehicle in a crash, but we bet that’s the second reason you rewind it for a better look. Too bad it was just the nose.
Penguins are known for being charming, but we had no idea Chilly Willy could be so devious too. This particular guy goes around stealing rocks from the nests of other birds while they’re not looking.
Penguins are so adorable, aren’t they? What this guy doesn’t realize when he approaches this particular penguin is more likely related to Oswald Cobblepot than to Happy Feet.
So here we have just your everyday footage of a bird… going for a walk… on an escalator. Sure, it looks like he’s doing it all wrong, but he’s actually just too cheap to pay for a gym membership.
We’ve seen all sorts of fights with all sorts of weapons, but never any so unusual (and feather-filled) as this Russian brawl, punctuated with what can only be described as Angry Birds IRL.
A bunch of penguins pop by for a visit, when they hear it’s feeding time and head for the pond. At least most of them do. Somebody, take that little dude under their wing and show him the ropes.
This bird my be small, but he has an iron will (and claws of steel), hanging on to this moving windshield wiper like a champ. He may not look like he is, but perhaps he’s related to this guy.
Despite their rep of being (angry?) predatory birds, these orphaned Screech Owls don’t seem that way. They’re being cared for by humans until they’re old enough to be released back into the wild.
Guess who wins? We’re surprised the idiot in this video didn’t end up with his eyeballs pecked out by the victim of his provocation. The moral of this story: Never ruffle a turkey’s feathers.
The guy who uploaded this clip claims a seagull stole his GoPro camera while visiting France, and he had to climb a castle wall to get it back. Real or fake, the flying effect looks pretty convincing to us.
Ah, it’s springtime and love is in the air. This yellow budgie is in love with a yellow… tennis ball. The little bird just loves to roll around atop his new-found spherical friend – and peck at it.
There’s a rumor that planes flying over the heads of penguins makes them fall over and unable to right themselves, causing mass casualties. Russia Today’s reporters get to the bottom the story.
Blooming planktons are a feast for shoals of herring. The gathering creates a feast for seafaring birds, who gang up on the herring, pinning them from above and below. The – ohmygod.
Nature never really works quite the way you’d expect. Take, for instance, this tenacious bird that incessantly taunts a cat. Of course, things have a way of working out…
We will not let these pigs destroy this country: the witty talent over at RoosterTeeth have created a “gritty” army drama trailer for Angry Birds: The Movie. We wish it were real. (Thanks Analoren!)
Automation company Festo’s herring gull-inspired ultralight bionic SmartBird has wings that beat and twist; it starts, flies and lands autonomously with no additional drive mechanism. (Thanks Bryn!)
So many awesome things about this video: that there’s a place called Unalaska, Alaska, at times they have daylight even at 11pm, and there are freakin’ eagles (and a fox) in their backyards.
UK designer and model artist Kyle Bean has created an ironic project called What Came First? – a visual pun based on the saying, by crafting a chicken from egg shells. We’d love to see a series.
Know someone who ruins the punch line every time they tell a joke? Send them off to the Anti-Joke Chicken meme – this bird’s got no sense of humor or timing either but still manages to kill it.
While driving through a McDonalds’ parking lot in Florida, this guy had a sea bird land on his windshield wiper, and took the bird for a little ride. Can anyone say Flintstones hood ornament?
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