|Subject:||All the Australian woodswallows - film|
|From:||David Rees <>|
|Date:||Thu, 24 Sep 2015 00:38:24 +0000|
Recently I managed to complete a small goal for myself, that was to film all six of Australia’s woodswallows. The Little woodswallow was the main one causing me difficulties but I’ve fixed that now.
Here they are if you want to look.
Black-faced Woodswallow https://vimeo.com/136060914
Dusky Woodswallow https://vimeo.com/82810752
Masked Woodswallow https://vimeo.com/140034144
Little woodswallow https://vimeo.com/140034142
White-breasted Woodswallow https://vimeo.com/73374809
White-browed Woodswallow https://vimeo.com/79082706
All are on BirdsofAustralia.video – search using ‘woodswallow’
When you look at the books the little and dusky look similar (apart from size and the white wing edge on the dusky). Look at the colour difference between these birds, which in my view is much more obvious than the books show.
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