Life: Discovering Bird Behavior
"Birds" producer Patrick Morris and assistant producer Stephen Lyle offer a behind-the-scenes look at the making of this episode.
Eagle Kills Rabbit
The golden eagle is a stealthy, majestic bird of prey. Watch this gilded raptor take out a rabbit in the following clip from the archives of Discovery.
LIFE in the News: Ivory-Billed Woodpecker
On the new Discovery series LIFE, we get an up-close look at birds. In 2007, Jorge Ribas followed a group of bird seekers trying to do the same -- with the fabled ivory-billed woodpecker.
Assignment Discovery: Early Emperor Penguin Development
Emperor penguins are taken care of by their fathers in the earliest stages of development, before their mothers return with food to regurgitate to their families. Learn more with this clip from Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."
Assignment Discovery: Young Penguins Fend Off Attention
Emperor penguins as young as three months old are beginning to walk around on their own, but they can be harassed by other penguins if they don't stick close to mom. Learn more in this video from Discovery Channel's series "Assignment Discovery."
The Ultimate Guide: Birds of Prey: Using Senses to Hunt
Using its sense of hearing, the great gray owl can sense its prey even under a layer of snow. Furthermore, a turkey vulture can smell its prey under a tree canopy. Learn more on Discovery Channel's "The Ultimate Guide: Birds of Prey."
Call of the Wildman: Turkey Wrestlin'
A turkey is terrorizing a corn maize, and with razor-sharp spurs on its legs, it isn't afraid of anyone. When Turtleman steps in, it chooses to fight instead of run.
Ned Bruha Skunk Whisperer: Goose-Chasing Mishap
A family of geese have infiltrated a pond by an office complex and Ned, Stormy and Chris have to get them out. Chris and Stormy are tasked with chasing the geese away from Ned, but things don't go quite as planned.
Viking Wilderness: Base-Jumping Goslings
Barnacle geese have a rather shocking parenting technique. They encourage their flightless goslings to jump straight down a sheer, 150-foot rock face. Five goslings start out, but how many will survive?
Viking Wilderness: Owl Snipes a Vole
The great gray owl is one of the North's great snipers. His curved head acts as a sonar dish and helps him spot his prey, a vole, and snatch him up before he suspects a thing.
Bad Dog: Maria the Jealous Goose
A regular to a local park befriends a wild goose who follows him everywhere. But when he bestows attention on any other person or animal the goose goes berserk and tries to bite the object of his attention.