Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby GBBG » Sat May 18, 2019 11:11 am

Haven't been out here much lately. Time to get involved!

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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby Fallenfox » Sat May 18, 2019 1:33 pm

The above clip doesn't work for me.

In other recent clips, here's a nice clear HD one of a GBH swallowing a largemouth bass. Watch how the throat bulge moves his feathers as it makes its way deeper. I also really like the last little snap shut of his beak @ 0:57.

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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby GBBG » Sat May 18, 2019 11:26 pm

Oooh, slow mo. I love how the throat bulge pushes out the feathers.

Try the video now. I posted from my phone before and must not have pasted it in correctly.
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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby Fallenfox » Sun May 19, 2019 2:06 am

GBBG wrote:Oooh, slow mo. I love how the throat bulge pushes out the feathers.

Try the video now. I posted from my phone before and must not have pasted it in correctly.


Got it! Very interesting bird and nice feeding.
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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby GBBG » Sun May 19, 2019 10:47 pm

They're cool birds. I wish there were more videos.
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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby GBBG » Sun May 19, 2019 11:04 pm

Had a look on my computer and found this.



Look at:

3:26, 4:14, and 5:25

At 3:26 they do a slow motion zoom on the bird's mouth as it eats.

Also found this, look at 0:30



And this:



Lastly, look at 1:38



EDIT - clip starts at 4:14, not 4:16.
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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby Fallenfox » Fri May 24, 2019 4:08 am

Here's a quick clip; more good footage of a fish wriggling all the way down a heron's throat.

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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby Fallenfox » Thu May 30, 2019 4:21 am

OK, WHOA! Here's an awesome clip of a hungry GBH swallowing a rabbit alive! Bunny gently kicks throughout the feeding. I wish this had gone on just a bit longer and maybe showed some close-ups of the birds throat with the live bunny in it.

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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby Purrloin » Thu May 30, 2019 4:46 am

Fallenfox wrote:OK, WHOA! Here's an awesome clip of a hungry GBH swallowing a rabbit alive! Bunny gently kicks throughout the feeding. I wish this had gone on just a bit longer and maybe showed some close-ups of the birds throat with the live bunny in it.


Agreed, that's a ridiculous place to end the video. Nice find though!
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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby Fallenfox » Thu Jun 06, 2019 3:14 am

Amazing clear video of a great blue heron taking his time and expertly swallowing not one, not two, but three fish alive. This footage very clearly shows each of the three fish wriggle down his gullet one after the other. Superb HD footage with closeups of the swallows.

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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby GBBG » Thu Jun 13, 2019 12:47 am

That's some nice footage. Herons are cool birds.
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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby Fallenfox » Sat Jun 22, 2019 5:00 pm

OMG 8O

Here you go GBBG!

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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby GBBG » Tue Jun 25, 2019 11:29 pm

Damn, it says video is no longer available...
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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby Fallenfox » Wed Jun 26, 2019 2:28 am

GBBG wrote:Damn, it says video is no longer available...


Fixed! The previous video was slightly longer, but this shows the full feeding. A seagull swallows a fully grown rabbit! I would love to hear your take on what this might sound like... :gulp:
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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby Ushupiuck » Wed Jun 26, 2019 2:56 am

wow! that rabbit dissapeared completely. no bulge at all
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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby Fallenfox » Wed Jun 26, 2019 12:26 pm

Ushupiuck wrote:wow! that rabbit dissapeared completely. no bulge at all


The entire neck is the bulge. It's twice as thick after he gets the rabbit down. He sure did bolt it down fast though; gulls are such aggressive feeders.
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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby GBBG » Fri Jun 28, 2019 1:38 am

That's pretty cool...also I see a huge bulge LOL. Looks like a Black Back, my personal favorite. :)
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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby Fallenfox » Sat Jul 13, 2019 4:13 pm

Another of WildIrishSwan's compilations. We have seen most of these before but the first clip in the group is new and quite good. A young duck fights hard but just can't escape this heron's grasp, and goes down alive.

ETA: video deleted. WIS only leaves most of his vids up for about a week.
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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby gartrux » Sat Jul 13, 2019 5:56 pm

Can't believe I never saw this thread before, here are some amazing videos. I spent the whole afternoon watching them. :gulp:
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Re: Herons/pelicans swallowing live prey

Postby Fallenfox » Tue Jul 16, 2019 6:31 pm

Yet another amazing compilation of footage by WildIrishSwan. ETA: different compilation, I'll try to keep editing whenever he deletes and reuploads.

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