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Snoqualmie Falls Peregrine Falcons nest video with Nikon D3300 2 doublers MTO 1000A

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Old Thursday 12th April 2018, 02:15   #1
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Snoqualmie Falls Peregrine Falcons nest video with Nikon D3300 2 doublers MTO 1000A

They have eggs! We will have to wait almost a month to see if they hatch. The two mates are "Vixen" and "Velocity", this appears to be "Velocity" on the nest of eggs, they rotate the duty of egg sitting during the day, I believe "Vixen" sits all night. Also used Sony HDR-AS15 with the lens removed and mounted behind the MTO 1000A (1100mm F10.5).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFIs4T4Brpk
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