Details Of The Wild # 37 Coyote, owl Lady , And The Pelicans

  • Published on Feb 3, 2019
  • Mid winter in California and the wild is still acting wild, here is a glimpse or two into their world, thanks for watching !!
  • Film & AnimationFilm & Animation

Comments • 13

  • Debbi Vaughn
    Debbi Vaughn 7 months ago

    I really enjoyed this beautiful video. I've never seen anything like these numbers of pelicans. I'm not sure if we even have all white. It seems that ours are mostly brown. They're beautiful just before dark when flying slowly, about seven feet above the water, then suddenly they plunge out of the sunset lit sky down into the water for the last few attempts for fish. Thanks for sharing.

  • michael williams
    michael williams 7 months ago

    Just beautiful. Great job filming.

  • Stephen Schmunk
    Stephen Schmunk 7 months ago +1

    I love this stuff about actual wildlife in your area .. when ever I'm out in the Bush and get a glimpse of nature I feel lucky to have seen it , great details .

  • Beth Pierpont Harris
    Beth Pierpont Harris 7 months ago

    COOL!!! Thank you for sharing! Coyotes are one of the things I miss from living in Phoenix. Good times.

  • Symon Sheppard
    Symon Sheppard 7 months ago

    Wow, difficult to imagine how much fish one of those could eat in three million years, if they live that long there must be only a few hatched every year ! :)

  • Steve Forbes
    Steve Forbes 7 months ago

    How the rocks doing you put in the polisher? Waiting to see that.

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  • Chelsea Dailey
    Chelsea Dailey 7 months ago +1


  • Rebecca Levy
    Rebecca Levy 7 months ago +1

    I enjoyed the moonlit view, the coyote whelp and responses was a surprise...
    beautiful views of the pelicans, the birds in flight was spectacular, I've never witnessed anything close in all my trips to warmer areas... mainly just seagulls and a few blue heron. and one old greyish pelican that comes to port at the same location every year. the furthest west I've been is just past the Colorado boarder into Utah, near the Colorado River. I have a nephew who lives near 29 palms marine Corp base. one day I hope to see some of the beautiful things you share with the viewers!

  • George Smith iii
    George Smith iii 7 months ago +1

    What state are you in?

    • Rebecca Levy
      Rebecca Levy 7 months ago +2

      George Smith iii he's in California USA

  • simhi free
    simhi free 7 months ago +2

    Natura Suprema! Thank you for sharing! I've never seen so many white pelicans all together inland. Such a special opportunity to experience. Had you witnessed this before or was it a magical moment from the universe guiding you there? I've experienced the coyote packs, way back during the harmonic convergence. A friend and I spent the night, on a friends land, at Joshua Tree. We were on the other side of the veil when I began communicating with the coyotes. My friend became frightened that they were moving closer and asked me to tell them not to. I did and they turned around. Telepathic communication with an open loving heart

  • Kathy Bradbury
    Kathy Bradbury 7 months ago +1

    I’m a young earth Creationist here, but totally love and relate to your appreciation of nature.