|Subject:||Close encounter with the Striated Fieldwren (Film)|
|From:||David Rees <>|
|Date:||Mon, 23 Apr 2018 06:06:46 +0000|
In my experience the Striated Fieldwren is a difficult bird to get in NSW, at places such as Green Cape. However 'round the corner' in Victoria things are different. These birds were filmed in a park bordering saltmarsh in the town of Hastings on the Mornington peninsula south of Melbourne.
I've filmed this great little bird before, but with better equipment etc. I needed to do a better job - it does not get much better than this..
For those who like stills there are some at m("N04/albums/72157695223072304","//www.flickr.com/photos/146833745");">https: These have been extracted and cropped from 6K video
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