“I Love You, Daddy” – New Scientist

New Scientist – New scientists have created a video of a baby bird that has just landed on its mother’s face.

The video, created by scientists at the University of California, San Diego, is the first-ever “baby video” created by an animal in the wild.

The baby bird was found in the hills of Spain in 2011 by an amateur photographer, who found it on the side of a cliff.

The researchers used a drone to capture the video of the baby bird on its face.

It has now become the first bird to be filmed by an autonomous drone.

“The baby bird is a new species, so it’s really interesting to see this first video,” said lead author James C. Milne, an evolutionary biologist at UC San Diego.

“This is not a species that was born with a single set of parents.

The fact that the baby was so similar to the species in the nest shows that the species that had these babies were already there.”

The video is based on the research of Milne and his colleagues, who recently published a paper on the discovery of the bird.

They believe the baby has been there since birth, and is the same species that the researchers have identified as the species they first found in Spain.

The birds have a thick neck, which makes it possible for them to grasp objects, the researchers wrote.

The first baby was a male called Riz, and he was a few weeks old when they found him.

It is not known whether he is related to the baby that has been named Jana, or the bird that is now in the lab.

The scientists believe the bird’s body and wings are more like those of the adults, and that the bird is still growing.

The bird was born without a nest, but it had just begun to make its first flight when the researchers found it.

They found it in the forest of the hills and found a nest.

The nest was in a small patch of ground in a hollow tree, which made it easier to see.

The adults found it and put a large bird cage on top of it, and they gave it water.

It took about five months for the young bird to get to the nest, and then the adults took it away, Milne said.

The adult birds are able to see things, but not the young, he said.

“It’s really a mystery.

We don’t know what the babies eyes are like.”

This is not the first baby bird Milne has filmed, and it’s not the only one.

Milnes’ lab has also filmed babies and young birds, and has also created video of birds that have been born with two wings.

Milns research group is also studying how animals are able foraging in the forests of the world.

In 2016, Milnes and his colleague J.J. O’Connor, a biologist at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, captured footage of a bird that was just six months old when it was caught by a hunter in an Amazon rainforest.

The footage showed that the juvenile bird was able to walk across a forest floor, and the adults were able to follow it.

The team hopes to learn more about how other birds can learn to fly, Milner said.