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What! Ospreys in the Desert?

Posted Monday 28th September 2020 at 08:20 by adambirderlife
After my trip to Irakaya Farm at the weekedn, I decided to have a go at making a film. You can check it our here.

As this is the first film I've ever made, any constructive feedback would be very welcome.
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It's been a while..

Posted Sunday 27th September 2020 at 09:41 by sbarnhardt
It's been a while since I've posted anything here, but the intervening time has not been fruitless.

I've waded ever deeper into helping edit Opus and I must say, I'm enjoying it.

I'm receiving assistance and guidance from a spectacular group of people who are always eager to help. For that I'm eternally grateful.
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An Unexpected Surprise

Posted Sunday 27th September 2020 at 05:52 by adambirderlife
Yesterday I was birding as ususal on Irakaya Farm, Qatar, and had stopped by a grey water reservoir.

Suddenly a large bird flew in over me and dived toward the water. An Osprey.

It felt like a miracle to see an osprey in the middle of the desert, but there it was.

I'd never seen an osprey fishing before so this was a lifer experience.

I'm so happy and managed to get some lovely shots, although not any good ones of the fishing.
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Cuckoos and swallows

Posted Sunday 16th August 2020 at 22:03 by kennethwfd
A local photographer had all the luck about a week ago managing to capture a fledgeling cuckoo which has probably flown south by the time I am making this post.

Meanwhile, the air was alive with swallows, now silent. We have an old saying about a bird brain, maybe this is really a compliment
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Two Birds Are Better Than One

Posted Tuesday 11th August 2020 at 12:36 by Seashore
Well maybe! Lots of birds together are kind of exciting all the same. The last post was heaps of Egrets and continuing on the lot of birds theme; Wild Camels in the middle of Australia and loads of Black Kites are on my blog
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