Birds’ nesting colony in the Savannah – amazing nature photography – BBC wildlife


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22 Responses to “Birds’ nesting colony in the Savannah – amazing nature photography – BBC wildlife”

  1. shadhunter

    lol them wilder beast must be like ” what the fucks going on?”

  2. imthetank3

    got yo baby bitch haaaaa! funny storkes

  3. Davy Ker

    “Do you think where you live is cramped? Spare a thought for these small birds who live as up to 1 million breeding pairs in a small share of African bush! ”
    Yeah that’s a lot but if I was a 50th the size I am, I wouldn’t mind that much …

  4. watyomamagot


  5. batongo

    More spectacular and bigger starling flocks can be seen on Spiller’s new videoclip…. search for “Spiller Pigeonman’s Revenge”!

  6. ambarawio

    huuuiiiiii good video

  7. gidlike


  8. Kibitto5

    I feel like leaving this part of the world and living to close these birds and animals.

  9. reloader248

    Red billed Quelea, anyone in here that have them?

  10. jonalynmangunay


  11. ShadowriverUB

    same way as we eat fruits on the tries

  12. Rochid123

    the wicked bird ate the babies :'(

  13. Gutsyndicate

    amazing Africa, the only paradise left on earth, intact as it was made in the begginning.

  14. Gesmehod

    Camping at the spawn point eh. Storks are such assholes. 😀

  15. royalsteven

    Wu-tang killa birds lol

  16. heat45jc

    yeah, i was just going to say the same. stereotypically, storks deliver babies, but in reality they just eat them.

  17. Steve Dunn

    Kind of ironic seeing those storkes eating the chicks.

  18. David Atch

    10 days to hatch that’s nuts

  19. David Atch

    Have a shread of hope gents :

  20. wilvagilly

    more like 10 years.

  21. hiindika

    what a lovely video.. Amazing nature…

  22. fiendin281

    o well, this will all be gone in 100 years