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Alpine Choughs on TV (not swifts sorry)

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Old Wednesday 9th October 2019, 01:23   #1
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Alpine Choughs on TV (not swifts sorry)

A bit of trivia really but a flock of Alpine Choughs are seen briefly at the following ITV drama (TV on demand) video

https://www.itv.com/hub/the-protectors/ENT1316a0014

(please jump to 22 minutes 34 seconds)

I regret possible overseas members might not be able to view this unless they use a VPN
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Old Wednesday 9th October 2019, 08:12   #2
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Wood Warbler singing in an episode of Midsomer Murders the other day (an old Barnaby/Troy one), don't believe that was on location either....

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Background sounds rarely recorded on location...otherwise there would be jarring breaks at every cut in the edit.

Am often amused at the rarities you hear even at televised Irish golf tournaments or the like
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They put an American Robin in a London garden during the movie "Mary Poppins".
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Background sounds on location on radio today: Ring-necked Parakeets the moment the Kings's Troop fired the gun for the start of the two minutes silence!

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