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    Barred Owl streching in Slow Motion + Captures

    I heard this Barred Owl and was able to find it through the trees and get some video. Ligh wasn't the best but for an owl pretty typical. Good time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1RYVWxuh2E
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    Mallard Drakes walking on the ice and mirror image.

    These mallards wouldn't let me get as close as I wanted so telephoto had to do. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svo7xvadMkA
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    Trumpeter Swans mirror image on Pond during feeze up December

    I was lucky enough to get video of these swans on the edge of the ice and a calm day to get the mirror image. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyrFN18nzzE
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    Cooper's Hawk I took through the glass or it would have flown away. Cool anyway

    Rare sighting of a Cooper's Hawk. It had just finished feeding and I was lucky enough to get it on video. Later it flew in and took the rest of the bird away. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmJu5T25is4
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    Hummingbird lands on my cap.

    Urban Myth I had always heard that and found it hard to believe but did for a long time.:eat:
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    Yorkshire Birding

    Thak You for offering pictures. Sorry, it has been a while since I was here. My relatives were James and Mary Garth from Low Row. (Smarber Chapel) was where they were married. Mary was a Whitfield and her Grandmother was a Grady. The men worked in the lead mines as their father before. If you...
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    Hummingbird lands on my head.

    I could hardly feel him he was so light. The buzz of the wings was neat. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnbFJCc5PtI
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    Hummingbird lands on my cap.

    This little guy feeds at the hummingbird feeder next to where I sit for breakfast so I thought I would see if he really trusted me. He Did. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOM7BL0eqkA
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    Turkeys respond to owl call. Eagle chased by crow.

    http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAC673DBFC1FEA8B4&feature=view_all
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    Yorkshire Birding

    Trumpeter Swans, Eagles, Wood Ducks, Mallards Greetings, My relatives were from Yorkshire, England and came across the Pond in 1853. They were James and Mary (Whitfield) Garth. He was the son of Thomas. So I really enjoy seeing the wildlife from the area. I would like to visit the Dales Museum...
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    Yorkshire Birding

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3l-1Ct8HaE Here are some big White Pelicans from Canada. My family here in the USA was from Grinton, Swaledale. Are you far from there? Clayton
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    Video of Wood Duck, Hen and Drake preening

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ooeSYl_ANdw The color on the Drake is exceptional and the speed they preen at is blinding fast. Hope you enjoy these. WillCFish
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    Video of Canada Goose preening. Amazing how they move.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2qJyLIFuXc A Canada Goose preens itself. I am always amazed at how they can get that neck around like they do.
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    Mallard Hen preening herself. Note her going to preen gland.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjCYukALNtQ I really like this video of a Mallard Hen preening.
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    Iowa Trumpeter Swans being restored in Iowa, USA

    Once extinct in Iowa the Trumpeter Swan Restoration program has brought back the Swan. Cooperation between State and local citizens works well. Thank You, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwwCnF3dg-A
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    Hello from the upper Midwest USA

    Our Spring is off to a rough start. Many tornadoes but our birds are doing well. Hope to get a picture of a Pileated Woodpecker this year. I'll share it when I do. They were once rare in our area but making a come back. http://www.youtube.com/user/willcfish?feature=mhum#p/u/6/F5NkydtuvGs
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    Photo Collage from Video of Canada Goose excercising wings

    Also see live streaming Eagles nest whose eggs are due to hatch any day at Raptor Resource.Org Enjoy
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    Photo Collage from Video of Canada Goose excercising wings

    Neat collage of stills I put into 90 stills at different speeds. http://www.youtube.com/user/willcfish?feature=mhum#p/u/52/w3gbowvSNj4
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    Very busy at the bird feeder today!

    Canada Goose warm up wing beat at 3 speeds. Real time at the end Here is a video of a Canada Goose excercising his wings. I took 90 frames and made stills from them. Then took every other frame for a total of 45 and put them into my PMB Video editor and made a random slide show. Turned out OK...
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    Trumpeter Swans beautiful videos.

    Hi Larry, I took the video in North Central Iowa, West of Webster City where there is a wintering flock of Trumpeter Swans. They started with a pair right in this area and it has expanded to many more around the state. We are so glad to have them here and what a magnificent bird in flight. I am...
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    Very busy at the bird feeder today!

    75 Trumpeter Swans at Beemer Pond Hamilton County Iowa Hello, Enjoy the video of some of the Trumpeter Swans at the junction of Highways 17 and 20 in Hamilton County, Iowa. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwwCnF3dg-A WillCFish
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    Trumpeter Swans beautiful videos.

    The Great Trumpeter Swan is making a comeback in Iowa thanks to the hard work of many individuals donating money, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources and many County Conservation Boards. Thank You All, WillCFish http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwwCnF3dg-A
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