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Strange Bird in a Strange Land - Video

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Old Saturday 24th February 2007, 22:31   #1
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Strange Bird in a Strange Land - Video

Be able to easily watch this ONE bird. An outsider here.

263 video clips comprising 13.4 GigaBytes of information.

The first 10 are up now and I notice some other wildlife
that I will remove from my WhiteCrow files. I'll do a 2nd
pass through the videos at a later date.

The next switch out will be monday morning 10 new old
video of The Bird.
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Old Saturday 24th February 2007, 23:24   #2
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Huh?

Sorry . . your message doesn't parse?

What are you talking about? . . . referring to?

Are you talking about a web site? There's no link . . perhaps you meant to include a URL?

Bird videos are nice but your message is vague . . .
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He's been videoing a European hooded crow that's been hanging about in Alberta for the last couple of years.

See this thread:
http://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?t=54970

I'd guess that the videos should be at http://www.dropshots.com./spectateswamp
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Old Sunday 25th February 2007, 22:39   #4
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Thank you Andrew

Guess I didn't have the inside knowledge . .thanks for clueing me in.

That boreal forest looks fresh.

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Old Sunday 25th February 2007, 23:54   #5
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Realized I didn't put in video URL

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Guess I didn't have the inside knowledge . .thanks for clueing me in.

That boreal forest looks fresh.

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I didn't think about the URL till later, then thought you'd find
the post. Anyway I finally got around to loading some video
that another birder had of the Hoodie. Tomorrow I'll download
that new video. Being able to watch this individual bird is something
that would be hard to do in it's homeland.

Some pretty good video of winter birds on video.google.ca and youtube.com
I like the one where the dog and bird both take a bath in a tiny puddle on
a hot august day on video.google.ca
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Old Monday 26th February 2007, 00:18   #6
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Strange display at Video.google.ca

Weird

I search for "spectate swamp" and "spectateswamp" and get two
different sets of videos that I have downloaded there? The one
with the dog and bird is yet to be updated by video.google.ca

I've got more bird video lurking around here. I'll have to dig deeper.
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Old Sunday 4th March 2007, 12:41   #7
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Bird watching (singular)

Today's video has more spotting scope vid and is the 8th group of 10

Tomorrow's #9 has more close ups from the backyard.

Anyway not even 1/2 way through the Bird watching.
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Old Monday 12th March 2007, 16:59   #8
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Beggar Bird - Video from today.

I used to have to chase this bird all over to get some video.

Now he sits in plain view from my kitchen table.

He bolts away if he catches me watching him, watch me.

There is the one from today at:
http://dropshots.com/spectateswamp

and group #15 (videos 141 thru 150)

I have seen him visiting another yard. So more people
are feeding him. That's great.
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Old Saturday 17th March 2007, 12:32   #9
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What is the sex of this Hoodie?

Video group 191 thru 200 is now up.

Anybody interested in taking a stab at the sex of this Hoodie.

It would be nice to find another one roaming North America and
pair 'em up.
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