Videos tagged with "cormorant"
Don't Step On The Iguana - The Galapagos Islands [01:28]
A trailer for my recent trip to the Galapagos Islands
Tags: galapagos, islands, iguana, shark, penguin, sea, lion, imovie, trailer, Supernatural, ocean, cruise, boat, sailing, tourism, yacht, travel, adventure, ecuador, destination, marine, land, cormorant, wildlife, animals, birds, nature, frigate-bird, frigatebi
GALAPAGOS ISLANDS ADVENTURE 1973 [22:28]
galapagos isles with marine iguanas, sea lions, galapagos tortoises, volcanos, lava flows
Tags: SEA LIONS LAND IGUANA IGUANA, galapagos, galapagos islands, marine iguana, cormorant, flightless comorant, pacific ocean, ecuador, penguins, galapagos tortoise
Ecuador 2010 Part 1 [08:18]
This video is from a recent Naturetrek expedition to Amazonian Ecuador. The trip was based at two lodges; Sani Lodge and Shiripuno Lodge, both near the Napo River in the north east of Ecuador. The video is split into 5 parts, and part one starts with opening titles to the theme of Hawaii Five-0, inspired the boat travel. We begin in the town of Coca where we were picked up by Sani Lodge's big boat to take us 2.5 hours down the Napo River, where we switched to smaller boats capable of traversing the small channels to Sani Lodge itself. The first bird filmed is a Neotropical cormorant before the sun set. We awoke for an early breakfast and set off in the dark for the lodge's canopy tower. The only bird filmed en-route was a black-capped donacobius, before we mounted the long flight of stairs to the platform, some 40m up a tree. Birds filmed from here are mealy amazon, many-banded aracari, pied puffbird, gilded barbet, common piping-guan, white-lored euphonia, black-fronted nunbird and also a red howler monkey. Back on the boat we have some white-winged swallows and then violaceous jay back at the lodge, along with short-crested flycatcher. It rained for most of the afternoon, but there was just time to film capped heron before the camera had to be put away. Parts 2-5 follow on from this clip.
Tags: Ecuador, travel, expedition, bird, sani, shiripuno
Isabela Island: Largest Island In The Galapagos Archipelago With The Ecuador Volcano [01:31]
Isabela Island is known for being the largest island is the archipelago in the Galapagos Islands. This Island is formed by 5 relatively young volcanoes and one, which is very eroded, called Ecuador Volcano. The island is also known for many characteristics including: volcanic activity, giant tortoises, large marine iguanas, flightless cormorants and penguins. Be sure to check out Isabela Island during your Galapagos Island Cruise.
Tags: isabela island, galapagos isabela island, archipelago, ecuador volcano, galapagos archipelago
Ecuador Choco 2009 Part 4 [07:33]
Part 4 starts at La Cueva de las Tayas where we have a Pacific hornero, before returning the the Chontal Road for yellow-bellied seedeater, Choco toucan, summer tanager, slaty-capped flycatcher and collared trogon. Next we head back towards Quito to Lago de San Pablo where we have Andean coot, before moving to Yahuarcocha Lake where species are lesser yellowlegs, pied-billed grebe, pectoral sandpipers with lesser yellowlegs and snowy egret, Baird's sandpiper, Pacific cormorant, striated heron, southern yellow grosbeak, ash-breasted sierra-finch, scrub tanager, southern beardless tyrannulet and azara's spinetail. Next day starts on the Salinas Road where we see house wrenand vermillian flycatcher, then the Lita Road where we have swallow-tailed kite, masked tityra and blue-and-white swallow. These were stops en-route to Tundaloma Lodge in the extreme north west where we see red-legged honeycreeper, streak-headed woodcreeper, rusty-margined flycatcher, masked water-tyrant, a tyrannulet I've not yet identified, a snake, southern nightingale-wren, a squirrel, another unidentified tyrannulet, black-cheeked woodpecker and red-eyed vireo.
Tags: bird, ecuador, choco, tundaloma
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