Heron feeding on baby waterbirds in a compilation of images

Cute Birds Video Information:

Images of a heron feeding on baby waterbirds that were hunted and caught on a waterbird pond. This compilation shows the herons as highly adapted birds that apply experience and instinct when they are hunting waterbird babies and ducklings, and their finely tuned attacks are an incredible example of what nature and evolution will create for an animal to survive in the wild natural world from day to day. The heron is a species of meat-eating predatory waterbird that attacks and feeds on other animals they are carnivorous predators; they are a top predator and are exceptional hunters of all kinds of prey animals that live and breed throughout the world. Herons have an incredible instinct to attack and eat other animals, and this type of feeding behavior has evolved over millions of years to enable them to have an extensive menu of wild protein-rich food. The herons have a very diverse diet of meat from hunting and eating other animals, and they especially like to eat fish and a wide variety of aquatic creatures that live in seawater and freshwater. The heron can be seen actively hunting and eating baby birds throughout the breeding seasons especially when they live and breed in the herons’ natural habitats. The herons can be found living and breeding in almost every habitat close to water throughout the world.

Share this video with your friends

Heron feeding on baby waterbirds in a compilation of images

10 thoughts on “Heron feeding on baby waterbirds in a compilation of images

  1. This is horrific. These birds need another food source. Take them to all the sanctuary cities and let them clean up all the rats… And the libs too.

  2. Only the strong survive, or who can swim fast like hell, or if you snooze you loose.

  3. Why mature ducks don’t help? 2-3 ducks could easily rescue the small one

  4. สัตวใหญ่กินสัตว์​เล็ก​

  5. Listening to the sounds of birds chirping without watching the video. One would not know that those peaceful bird sounds are the sound track to murder.

Comments are closed.