Birds steal camera, capture amazing images of nature

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A camera hidden inside an egg-shaped contraption intrigued some wild birds. Acting on their curiosity, the birds ended up recording some amazing footage that’s intriguing Internet users. See video below. And for information about bird watching in Kansas City, scroll down past the video player.

Bird Watching in Kansas City

There are approximately 250 types of birds that have been spotted in the Kansas City area. One hundred and six of those are considered to be common, leaving the rest to be nice little surprises when seen by bird lovers.

Prime bird watching in Kansas City begins around  mid-April and lasts through mid-June. KC Birding Walks offers a guide to casual birding and hiking in the Kansas City area. Visit their website for more information.

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