The most amazing thing I’ve ever seen

The most amazing thing I’ve ever seen

[CBS  Los Angeles]

Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching video :

  • The man, the dog and the hummingbird
  • How the trio became inseparable
  • An animal that had learnt to live on the street
  • He became the rescuer
  • Saving a tiny and very sick hummingbird
  • The other twist in the story
  • It’s been a long flight
  • He had to nurse her back to life, literally
  • A sugary formula
  • From sun-up to sun-down
  • He was willing to share his water bowl with Hummer
  • This little creature, this fragile creature
  • Look how far they’ve come
  • She even lets him steal a kiss
  • Buzzing around our camera
  • Perching atop our tripod
  • She will spread her wings
  • Her little wings have made a big impact
  • It’s just a miracle
  • The most amazing thing I’ve ever seen
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Bird listening or bird watching?

Bird listening or bird watching?

  [The Brain Scoop]

Vocabulary to learn after watching the video :

  • Bird calls of Amazonia
  • An Ornithologist
  • We follow the pre-opened trail
  • We do this at a slow pace
  • Keep in mind
  • The most complex landscape in the world
  • Recording equipment
  • A field guide
  • I do a lot of recordings, primarily for learning
  • The most indicative like rainforest bird, noise
  • Bird watching in real-time
  • Telling insects from birds
  • Bird like calls
  • Different species
  • Haven’t been explored that deeply
  • We can upload them on systems online
  • A cacophony of sounds
  • A flock of ant birds following a swarm of army ants
  • A little over an hour
  • They should call it bird listening not bird watching

Amazonia Map

As an Ornithologist, you could be involved in:

  • fieldwork and research
  • conservation and habitat management
  • consultancy
  • education
  • campaigning and policy development.

Your work would vary depending on the particular job, but typically you’ll:

  • conduct surveys
  • monitor bird species in a particular habitat
  • track bird movements and biological processes
  • collect, analyse and evaluate data
  • prepare reports, management plans and presentations.

To be an ornithologist you should have:

  • a keen interest in birds and their habitats
  • an accurate and methodical approach to surveying, recording and reporting
  • enthusiasm about wildlife conservation
  • good analytical and mathematical skills
  • the ability to work alone or as part of a team
  • good written and spoken communication skills
  • the ability to produce clear reports
  • a willingness to work flexibly
  • IT skills.

You could be employed as an ornithologist by a number of organisations, including:

  • observatories
  • ringing stations
  • nature reserves
  • local authorities
  • conservation charities, including international projects
  • wildlife trusts
  • ecological consultancies conservation organisations
[National Career Service ]

 

A place where happiness is measured by footsteps in the sand

A place where happiness is measured by footsteps in the sand

Watch the following video:

Costa Navarino

A map of the region and further information :

A map of Costa Navarino

http://www.costanavarino.com/

http://www.costanavarino.com/files/18_media/downloads/brochures/CostaNavarinoBrochure2014.pdf

http://www.costanavarino.com/files/18_media/downloads/brochures/Food_Cards_Brochure_Costa_Navarino.pdf