Doug Myers, a bird enthusiast, launched BirdCinema.com in July 2007. This is a video website for bird enthusiasts to watch and share original bird videos worldwide, through the web -- it's simply a website for user-submitted videos of birds, combined with a sharp and well-working real-time onscreen interface (i.e., just like YouTube).
Why Bird Cinema?
Bird Cinema is a free place for people to engage in new ways of video sharing, commenting on, and viewing videos. Bird Watching is global with fans in all kinds of different environments. On this site you can find everything from blue jays in backyards shot by suburban families to penguins in Antarctica shot by full-time scientists. The staff at Bird Cinema functions a bit like producers and gatekeepers; they maintain a close eye over everything being uploaded and highlight the best and most interesting of it on the site's front page. It's a place where you can easily burn an entire afternoon without hardly noticing. We encourage you to stop by soon if you have such time to spare. The video sharing format is also a great way to share your knowledge of birds or to learn more yourself.
On Birdcinema.com people can:
Upload, tags and share videos worldwide.
Browse hundreds of original videos and pictures uploaded by a community of members growing daily.
Find, join and create video groups to connect with people who have similar interests.
Customize the experience by subscribing to member videos, saving favorites, and creating playlists.
Integrate videos on websites using video embeds or APIs.
Make videos public or private so users can elect to broadcast their videos publicly or share them privately with friends and family upon upload.
The service is free for everyone!
We always encourage our users to suggestions and feedbacks so feel free to contact us!
Many thanks go to Dave Garcia Chef Project Manager and Webmaster and Albert Mitchell marketing and programming. Without their great efforts, Bird Cinema may not have come to fruition