The Sport of Birding: Why Do Birds of a Feather Flock Together?

Taught by Professer James Currie

The Sport of Birding offers direct contact with one of our primary treasures of wildlife.

In this full video lecture on the sport of birding, you’ll look into six categories of bird behavior, as they provide vital information for identification. See how individual species are distinguished by typical or unique behavioral traits. Study the distinctive feeding habits of many species, and how we can recognize species from flight and flocking behavior. End by exploring the extraordinary mating and nesting customs of North American birds.

From the Lecture Series: The National Geographic Guide to Birding in North America
Taught by Birding Enthusiast James Currie