|From:||David Rees <>|
|Date:||Sat, 19 Sep 2015 09:18:16 +0000|
I have now brought together all my Australian list birds that I have filmed onto a new site that I have built. It uses Vimeo as the video host. The searching and finding of stuff is better on this new site. Hope you like it and use it as a resource.
The address is simple to remember - www.birdsofaustralia.video The site is built to work well with phones and tablets as well as PC's.
As of today I have 283 species on there. I have a slug of new footage that I am working through so that number will get closer to 300.
Among those added today include
Red browed pardalote http://www.birdsofaustralia.video/index.php/red-browed-pardalote-pardalotus-rubricatus/
Sharp tailed sandpiper http://www.birdsofaustralia.video/index.php/sharp-tailed-sandpiper-calidris-acuminata/
My Vimeo site still runs as before https://vimeo.com/thegreeneye/videos
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