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Feathers in Flight: The Bird Genoscape Project | National Geographic ctm magazine



Billions of birds migrate annually across the Western Hemisphere… but if we don’t know where they go when they leave their breeding grounds, how can we protect them? By extracting DNA from individual feathers (and borrowing cutting-edge technology from the Human Genome Project) scientists can map bird migration with greater precision than ever before. The result is the Bird Genoscape Project, and it’s revolutionizing bird conservation by connecting migratory birds – and the people who care about them – across the Americas. This work was funded by the National Geographic Society. Learn more at http://www.natgeo.org.
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43 Comments

  • National Geographic on January 26, 2021

    What was the most interesting fact you learned about bird migration from this video?

  • Subhajit Karmakar on January 28, 2021

    come to india please

  • roronoa zoro on January 28, 2021

    I wish there were subtitles in Vietnamese

  • Tintt Aljuboori on January 28, 2021

    انتو نفسكم ناشنول جوغريفك ابو ضبي ؟

  • Martha Speaks on January 28, 2021

    I love these birds and this team. They give me hope. We are focusing on what matters.

  • Kevin Luo on January 28, 2021

    cute

  • Daisy🍄 on January 28, 2021

    Aren’t birds dinosaurs?🐣🦕

  • Rom Santillan on January 29, 2021

    In terms of life fulfilment, this job is so rewarding. Enjoying the serenity that the natures give is something that id love to experience.

  • Toby Lam on January 29, 2021

    Huh, neat

  • EASY PEASY DIY FOR KIDS on January 29, 2021

    Thanks for your video. Awesome.

  • PacMacDo on January 30, 2021

    Hi

  • Walk With Me on January 30, 2021

    Very relaxing and beautiful to watch. I enjoyed it very much, best greetings

  • अशोक कुमार झा on January 30, 2021

    हिन्दी मे देने का कृपया करे ।

  • ARSJECARS BOLITAS on January 30, 2021

    Excellent video ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

  • نصر البصراوي on January 30, 2021

    🦜❤

  • Madhu Pande on January 30, 2021

    Wonderful and informative. Thank you.

  • Nicolaus Adi Fusantara on January 30, 2021

    Your chanels are very useful to us developing countries. Your chanels are adding new knowledge to school students, teachers and society. Please add the English translation

  • cyncofy on January 30, 2021

    Great filmmaking Days Edge!

  • light of the world on January 30, 2021

    Thank God for his creation and his love for us

  • RUSLexplorer on January 30, 2021

    Wow! really interesting !

  • Maths Solution on January 31, 2021

    Dear One/s, With best respect, Can I use this video to make an educational video documentary? I will give the reference of you.

  • Ibi Shah on January 31, 2021

    I love it
    Support me guys

  • Sar Jiah on January 31, 2021

    Pleace subtitel indonesia

  • Rongeet Banerjee on February 1, 2021

    🤧

  • Steve Matadobra on February 1, 2021

    What an amazing story and effort. As a new found 'birder', I am routinely impressed with the variety of birds and what they do for our planet. Thank you for the efforts to help save this bird.

  • Mansur Kilab on February 2, 2021

    Kesedihan 7 👤

  • Aiman Ahmed on February 2, 2021

    Using similar concept as 'Human Genome Project',for finding the reason behind decline of bird population is very clever.Apart from feathers,their saliva,scales on legs,etc can be used as a source to extract DNA.Since they are migratory birds,they are likely to follow the earth's magnetic field with the help of the receptors on their upper beak.

  • Abyss Hole on February 2, 2021

    👁️👁️👁️👁️👁️

  • Zubin Falla on February 2, 2021

    Birds are rock stars that are on the road for life. They fly for long distances to sing, dance and get laid.

  • WiAm_ eLhAoU on February 4, 2021

    I wish I could do this for living!

  • Grant Mosal on February 10, 2021

    Yeah that's my university and professor!!! I'm so proud

  • Dick Fitswell on February 11, 2021

    I wish they would stop trying to fool ppl. 99% of anything that has lived on Earth has gone extinct. It happens. We've been in a mass extinction event since Day 1.

  • naz uddin on February 12, 2021

    Many thanks to all the team around the world
    Working together..💙

  • T Khiam on February 14, 2021

    What's the name of the bird appearing on thumbnail?

  • Margo on February 15, 2021

    Stop polluting the atmosphere, stop destroying habitat. There, problem solved.

  • Sreelakshmi Binoy on March 6, 2021

    Dear nat geo can u make a programe in indian birds. I am from India

  • blue birdy & raven claw Hogwarts on March 15, 2021

    Can you make a sparrow mating dance

  • m Ali on March 25, 2021

    Aaaaaa

  • 12 Syed MD Ebrahim on March 26, 2021

    Birds are my favourite, because they are chubby 😂😍🤩. Crows included in favourites 😂

  • s Ali on April 6, 2021

    Beautiful ❤️💖 always natural live

  • mijun14 on July 21, 2021

    Serf

  • Dhruval parmar on October 24, 2021

    How beautiful these Birds are!!! If I can get a camera I can capture 1000s of pics in a day. Love 🐦💖
    The one who are closely to birds love birds as they are one family. If they get extinct it hurts like some one dies😞

  • abyan_mbf channel on October 28, 2021

    Very beautiful..👍👍👍

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