Wakodahatchee – Green Cay Videos

This is the Green Cay and Wakodahatchee composite page. Over the past few years I’ve been able to capture stills and video clips of wildlife at these two amazing wetland preserves in Palm Beach County, Florida. These are the videos and slide shows produced from those clips. I will add more as they are produced. Please feel free to subscribe to the blog to receive notifications that the page is updated, as well as when other pages are created.

Sunset at Green Cay

A Day in the Cay – Life is Art

Building Time at Wakodahatchee

Wünderman’s Heron feeding chics – These are the 2012 chick we’ve been watching grow since we saw the eggs in February.

American Bittern and a few other wild things

Spoonies at Wakodahatchee

Charlie the American Bittern vs The Snake

Rookerie Chicks

Slide Show from Flickr – Click the link below to see an series of unproduced videos and stills of Wako/the Cay.

As a video producer I like to include my favorite other videos whenever I curate a segment of my videos for a specific audience. With that said the two videos below are the produced program for a workshop I hosted at the national convention for the American Federation of Aviculture (AFA) held in Miami Beach in 2005. The video production was presented from the perspective of the attendees at the hotel in Miami. The video is a tour for avian enthusiasts from around the country and world to learn more about the local parrots in South Florida. My wife, Jo, and I also hosted a local “Parrot Safari” for the convention and used to host Safaris from the late 1990s well into the mid 2000’s. This video is also a companion to our book “Parrots in The City” released just before the conference and was on sale through the regular book outlets for about 6 years.

If you only choose one to watch please choose Part II. I hope you enjoy, Parrots in The City part I and II.

Part II

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