artieanna Registered User
#61

what a racket them storks make..

Mickeroo Category Moderator
#62

Wish I could say I filmed this myself

Pretty amazing....

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ch750536 Registered User
#63


2 white tailed eagles. Made my day. Stick with it they are later in the vid, sorry about the poor camera.

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fletch... Registered User
#64

Here's a few plovers, gulls and Comorants at Mornington Beach, I got lost on purpose and headed for the coast then south towards Bull Island. Stopping at various coastal spots along the way, this is just one place I randomly stopped at, and had to ask a dog walker where the hell was I ?

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Clearpreso Registered User
#65

Not mine but HAD to post it here

#66

oops, I was undeleting your previous message with the youtube embedded

I've just posted a higher quality version, though not embedded

V_Moth Registered User
#67

fletch... said:
Here's a few plovers, gulls and Comorants at Mornington Beach, I got lost on purpose and headed for the coast then south towards Bull Island. Stopping at various coastal spots along the way, this is just one place I randomly stopped at, and had to ask a dog walker where the hell was I ?


Asking a dog-walker is strictly against the rules of Morningto Crescent and incurs an immediate five point deduction.

cscook Registered User
#68


Phew -this time I've worked out how to embed.
From last weekend...

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fletch... Registered User
#69

Here's a couple of local swans feeding from the bottom of the lake, excuse the soundtrack, I dont bother with the mic when im dossing around,
enjoy!

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http://youtu.be/4cMWc-HZ290?hd=1

whyulittle Registered User
#70

6 Buzzards!

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http://youtu.be/3kIrH2gHf-w

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Bsal Registered User
#71

I love hearing the Buzzards call while soaring

fletch... Registered User
#72

Heres some frogs I filmed in February at Castle lake forest near Bailieborough, Thats a great place for a good walk around.

I'd the mic attached to an extendable pole and slid it in close to them to get fairly ok audio.

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whyulittle Registered User
#73

More audio than video, a Skylark singing its little heart out.



http://youtu.be/ytlJr4Ul8mA

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human 19 Registered User
#74

A bin outside your window with some seeds scattered on top of it..
There is no audio on this.
I will try and get a better quatily version soon




This one takes a lot of patience...

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