|To:||tlawson <>, COG <>|
|Subject:||A Murmuration of Starlings - Enjoy|
|From:||David Rees via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Thu, 11 Feb 2021 00:45:53 +0000|
Nice, well done footage, all those moving black specks playing hell with Youtubes' compression algorithm, mind. a videographers nightmare, but very well done.
I know Otmoor well, just northeast of the city of Oxford. While farmed, its now mostly a protected place with a big nature reserve and an MOD rifle range (flying bullets keep places wild). One of the best places I know in England to see the European Turtle
dove, which is on its last legs there. Also great for waders and ducks in season. For the fit, a stout walk from Islip railway station on the Oxford - Biscester - London rail line. Closer access by local rural buses depends on the movement of the stars and
planets (happens once in a while.., when, best known to the gods). Can drive there, its popular, parking can be difficult.
On 11/02/2021 10:51 am, tlawson wrote:
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