For many birds, it’s a real success to survive beyond the first two weeks. Meet a beautiful Snowy Owl chick, the only survivor from a nest that started with seven eggs. Field researcher Denver Holt from the Owl Research Institute has been checking in nests in the Arctic tundra for more than two decades. See what it’s like to monitor Snowy Owl nests and chicks on the Arctic tundra outside Barrow, Alaska.
Location: Barrow, Alaska, United States
Video run-time: 3:49
Host source: YouTube