5 Cute Birds That Have a Dark Side – Halloween Special

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5 Cute Birds That Have a Dark Side – Halloween Special

10 thoughts on “5 Cute Birds That Have a Dark Side – Halloween Special

  1. Lesley, you are fun! Creepy bird behavior for Halloween!
    All Hallows' Eve, Day of the Dead, etc. Creative!

  2. Oh yeah, Toucans. They raid nests of other species and gobble down chicks whole. They'll pretty much kill anything they can.
    Here they are killing and eating a parrot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_7OAYZCQsU
    Here one is crunching up and swallowing babies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQilKYl5BOw

  3. When I lived on my boat, I looked out the window and saw a sea gull eating 🍽 a swallow … I was surprised! I thought they just liked fish, and dead fish eyes 👀

  4. Cowbirds are vicious by definition. They exploit other birds esp bluebirds and make them raise their young after killing the hosts eggs.

  5. Yes there's another…in Florida we hung a hummingbird feeder. Hummingbirds from Cuba and elsewhere loved it. One day red Grosbeaks found em perched on the big tree and literally swooped up 2 at a time killing the little creatures. Needless to say we took the feeder down. And if you use a feeder around Cooper's Hawks…don't they also use it to kill little birds. I made 2 feeders hung them on a fence near trees and bushes. They weren't bothered by Hawks or Grosbeaks Squirrels seem to leave them alone as I feed the squirrels adequately. Thanks for the videos!

  6. I saw a Canada Jay (the new/old name for Gray Jays) carry off the severed head of a Dusky Grouse. It was gruesome but pretty impressive considering the size of the prize.

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