Amazing nature photography of the British sparrowhawk bird – David Attenborough – BBC wildlife


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23 Responses to “Amazing nature photography of the British sparrowhawk bird – David Attenborough – BBC wildlife”

  1. KBPhotography1997

    Please check out my nature photos!! thanks a bunch!

  2. bluR2D2

    @BBCWorldwide- Since you have stopped showing/sharingf the video of BBC World (Special features)”The Great Philippine eagle” due to copyrights violation. That have been uploaded by some YouTube subscribers.
    Can you please upload and share the Video of BBC World (Special features)”The Great Philippine eagle” featuring Sir David Attenborough. Thank you and more power!

  3. traplican

    Excuse my English. I am not a child but a foreigner with bad English.

  4. daveuncut

    the past tense of ‘fly’ is flew. i was hoping you were a child who may one day improve. you are not. I am sad.

  5. Dex Lau

    these birds are like the initial D of birds

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  7. accipiternisus01

    i would have thought small british birds up to the size of a pigeon,are more afraid of the sparrow hawk than the cat .fantastic birds they are .the starlings clicking call lets you know they are about if you miss em .shame the clips crap.

  8. 687bacon

    i’ve 2 out the back in our field they squark all day one tried to pull one off our chickens though the chain link fence! unlucky!! also saw about 30 buzzards a few weeks back over the park high in the sky and about the same amount of herons never seen so many nesting in the trees wood peckers are common and have also seen alot of grass snakes this year

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  10. BarneyEire0900

    I spotted what i thought was a sparrow hawk today as i was ploghing for corn,but after seeing this video,im not so sure it were a sparow hawk,a little bigger then a rook..Could it of bein a female,I know there considerably bigger

  11. traplican

    My wife and me have been bought our house some years ago. When we unloaded some small things from the car, a small bird (sparrow) and behind it a a sparrowhawk flied throuh the car. They flied by one open door inside and opposite door outside the car.

  12. blobby1972

    i love the quality vid especially when the picture brakes up into preity square formations

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  14. Lobatchose

    Best British Channel

  15. Jayido

    Is this clip from The Life of Birds?

  16. Stephen Faherty

    Thank fuck for that: I thought it was going to kill the robin for a sec, which would be like killing Christmas in my book.

  17. kokumaru

    actually-all accipiter kill with there feet-sometimes eating there prey alive to kill it…

  18. unicinctus

    my comment doesnt seem to be in the right place… was in reply to philbiglicks.

  19. unicinctus

    sparrow hawks only do well where song birds do well.. if you havent got a local sparrow hawk eating the birds in your garden, then it means that the song birds are not doing well and therefor you have a problem! you have to be pretty thick not to realise that! and even thicker to shoot sparrow hawks. hope you get arrested soon.

  20. HeadDominion

    such wonderful footage!

  21. bluR2D2

    It’s like the small version of Philippine eagle which hunts almost the same way in dense forests.

  22. rivelino70

    What series is this from?

  23. sneekix

    attenbourough is the best. national geographic could learn a thing or two from him.