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Bill Young's Videos
Bill Young has made numerous videos about nature. His YouTube channel has had more than 900,000 views.
Bill has taught classes about warbler identification for the Audubon Society of Northern Virginia. Two classes look at the plumage and behavior of spring warblers. Two classes are about the vocalizations of spring warblers. And one class is about identifying fall warblers. Below are links to video recordings of his class presentations.
He is currently producing a series of videos about common birds in the Washington, DC, area and the eastern United States. The first one appears below.
Below is a list of links to Bill's videos are about birds he has encountered in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. You can see his videos about the nature he has observed in other parts of the world on his YouTube channel.
• Wild Turkeys
• Female Hooded Warbler
• Baby Screech-Owls
• Great Horned Owlets
• The Monticello Mississippi Kites
• The Virginia Prairie Falcon
• Osprey Love Nest
• Osprey Love Nest 2: Feeding and Fledging
• A Snowy Owl Stumped
• Snowy Owl Inaction
• White-winged Scoter and Redheads at Gravelly Point
• Eared Grebe and Horned Grebe on the Potomac River
• Stalking Egrets
• Logrolling Coots
• White-winged Crossbills at the National Arboretum in Washington, DC
• Storm Damage at Monticello Park, June 29, 2012
• Gleaning with Grackles
• Gray Girl