Urriara Crossing bee eaters (film)

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Subject: Urriara Crossing bee eaters (film)
From: David Rees <>
Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2019 07:59:19 +0000
They are engaging birds and video is a great way to capture this (now in
4K for those with screens to match)

If you are along the river right now where there is  She-oak present
with mistletoe in it keep a look out for a very local (in the region)
butterfly the Silky Azure.  They were badly affected by the 2003 bush
fires but seem to be recovering.  Hard thing to see up close (small
butterfly, hyperactive buzzing round the top of a tree or settled
quietly high up in a big tree) but I have recently filmed some locally
feeding and taking a rest and having a clean....



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