|Subject:||(out of area) second take on Australian Logrunner -film|
|From:||David Rees <>|
|Date:||Fri, 10 Feb 2017 01:07:03 +0000|
A few months ago I had a another go at filming Logrunners in their gloomy home, this time on the Qld./NSW border. Different camera used than before - one that in spite of its vintage does especially well in low light.
Here we follow a male and a female bird going about what they do! I suspect the female was an immature bird in transitional plumage given its behaviour as it was scabbing some food off the male. Others may have alternative explanations for what can be seen.
Anyway, I am very happy with this film of a bird that is a bit of a challenge to film to put it mildly. I hope you enjoy it https://vimeo.com/203380261
Oh, and I have also loaded a film of something more mundane - a close up view of Brown thornbills - while easy to see are another hard bird to film, surprisingly https://vimeo.com/203266617
And, once again, thanks to everyone who has made kind comments on "could have been concrete..."
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