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Monday, 14 July 2008

Scotland - Video of Birdsong around Loch Rannoch

I'm not going to be around much later today, and as I've finally managed to find the appropriate video editing software and picture/video hosting site, I now include the promised video. The visual element of the video is not very good due to poor light and a very new camcorder photographer!!

But hopefully, it's enough to illustrate the wonderful birdsong. No idea what the birds are so, if anyone cares to ID them, I'd be delighted!


Birdsong by the Loch side. from Tricia on Vimeo.

7 comments:

Old Wom Tigley said...

I can make out a Robin... and I think a Wren.. maybe a Blue or Great Tit in the background.

Lynmiranda said...

It may be a Dunnock, a very hurried warble.

Boulmer Birder said...

Great Blog Tricia, I am interested in your quest for Brilliant Emeralds. I'd like to see one of those. Maybe Scotland next year ...

Tricia said...

Hi Stewart - nice to see you here. Just waiting for some reliable sun and I'll be continuing my quest....

oldcrow61 said...

Lovely Tricia.

Pagham Birder said...

THIS IS A GARDEN WARBLER..WE WERE UP NEAR THERE A FEW WEEKS AGO AND WERE SURPRISED HOW MANY GARDEN WARBLERS WERE AROUND. THEY CAN BE EASILY CONFUSED WITH BLACKCAPS BUT THAT WAS A GARDEN WARBLER. GREAT RECORDING!

Tricia said...

Hi Pagham Birder and thanks for the ID and comments. Pagham's a great part of the world for birding!

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