The Smallest Bird you have ever seen

The Smallest Bird you have ever seen
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By accident I got hold of two of the smallest eggs I have ever seen.
Should I incubate them?
Would I be able to raise a baby bird that would hatch from it?

The little bird is called a Wren. In my country it is the second smallest bird species there is.

It hatched so fast that I missed it.
The feeding was hard with my big human hands and very time-consuming. It took me about 80 feeding rounds per day to keep him healthy.
But in the end it worked.

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The incubator I used is a MS incubator
MS incubators (made in Holland)
https://www.broedmachine.nl/
And in English
https://www.broedmachine.nl/?___store=english&___from_store=dutch

For filming I used a canon EOSD7 and an I-phone 5s

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Music in this video:
Copos De Nieve by Christopher Slaski (PRS)
Free Falling by Richard Kimmings (PRS) | Chris Egan (PRS)
In the Beginning by Paul Mottram (PRS)
Time To Dream by Patrick Hawes (PRS)
Boulevard Stroll by Keith Beauvais (PRS)
La Vie En Paris by Emily Lim (PRS)

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41 Comments

  1. Your inspiring, you inspire people to show they care, people call you because your an expert, you show everyone how to be a good person, your the best

  2. I'm suprised the little fella made it. I always thought young baby birds needed their food to be regurgitated by their mothers. Basically they need soft mushy foods so that they can swallow it and digest it better. This proves that it's not 100% needed.

  3. THIS guy is better than the president and government LEMME STOP THEY WASNT GOOD AT ALL I LOVE THJS MAD SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH OMG GOD B,ESS YOU SAVE MORE A NIMALS I A BIG BIG BIG FAN OMG I LOVEEEEEEEE YOU ❤❤❤❤❤💓💓💓💓💓💓💓😗😗😗😗😗😗💋💋💋💋😇😇😇😇😭😭😭😭😭❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  4. "what the hell are you doing"
    "Kicking bushes"
    "But why?"
    "For a baby bird"
    "Awwwe, you're a hero!"
    Continues kicking bushes but now with a friend

  5. Your Videos are so heartrending that I'm afraid to click on them.
    More heartrending than every Hollywood movie !

  6. This is base from a true story.
    (Warning! Read at you own risk)
    Sorry for the typos and misspelled words. Too lazy to edit 😊

    I’m from a third world country. I grew up in the country side, inwhich some of our “almost” extinct animals today were typical animals you can see in the backyard.

    One day, my father went to our manggoe farm inwhich he stumble across an eagle’s nest. Why did he knew that it was an eagle’s nest? What are the indications? I really dont know.
    Going back, their was a baby chick inside. He had told me he wasn’t able to put back the nest because it was already twilight. he decided to took it home because a wild animal such as musangs, wild cats, snakes, etc. might eat it.

    He gave it to me and since im a curious driven kid, I was obviously happy and frustrated at the same time. There was no internet back then, people depend on books , knowledge and experience from the elderly, etc. At the back of my mind, I had a fantasy, that I might able to become it’s mommy and be like cindirella everytime a hum.

    Everyday I crushed monggo or rice and fed it to the baby eagle everytime it cried; every morning, I hold it in my hand so that it could recieve vitamin C, because obviously, my parents would not allow me to buy an incubator for just one absurd dream. Despite difficulties, I was able to see it grow feathers and flap its little birdy wings.

    I was astonished with myself, because I never knew this was even possible. Until one morning, I was about to go out and check on it and it was not there, my cat ate it.😭

    Until this day, I wasnt able to recover.

  7. You are a real hero I hope you will become Muslim may Allah (God) The god of the seven heavens guide you, my brother. This habit of you is like Prophet Mohammed (Peace and Blessings upon him)

  8. Think I cried harder than I ever cried when he was weak after you missed that feed, but this is the warmest-hearted video I've seen in a long while. Well done for your perseverance! 💙💙💙🐤

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